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LIVE: Lincolnshire hit by storm and tidal surge

By AlexColman  |  Posted: December 05, 2013

  • A fallen tree near the HSBC on Brant Road

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Lives are at risk as the worst tidal surge for 30 years is expected in Lincolnshire, according to forecasters.

The Environment Agency has issued severe flood warnings and coastal flood warnings, meaning there is an imminent danger to life.

Evacuations along the coast are likely.

Storms with winds of up to 80mph are causing disruption across the county.

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