10/08/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


10/08/2014

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is all for now. I will be back with the late news here on

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People in East Hull say their street was hit by what they

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described as a mini tornado which has left one woman in hospital.

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Trees were brought down and cars damaged

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in a storm this afternoon c`used by the remnants of Hurricane Bertha.

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A storm that torn down trees and damaged cars.

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And while some streets were hit, others nearby were unaffectdd.

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This taxi was damaged just as the driver had picked up a fare,

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Just before she shut the door, the Tornado came through. I could hear

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the ground shaking. A big branch went through the car window and one

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through the side window. She's went through the car window and one

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through the side window. Shd's lucky through the side window. She's lucky

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to be alive. People on the street say a big black cloud came over and

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in about 15 seconds, there was a mini tornado which Richter trees and

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damaged cars. I've never seen anything like it before.

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The resident of this house taken by surprise.

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There was a big bang. I thotght it was chucking it down. The Met office

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says a tornado is unlikely, but a funnel cloud could have caused

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strong localised wins. In West Hull,

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some homeowners are counting Humberside Fire and rescue service

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say they are currently inundated Neighbourly spirit in Norland Avenue

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` where anyone who could lift a bucket was called upon to clear

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water away The same street which had flooded

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on a lesser scale just weeks ago. It is not nice when you are a home

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owner. We all read the weather. We must have had six, seven or eight

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floats now. The worst one w`s 2 07. floats now. The worst one was 2007.

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But this has been bad. This is a West when we have are in the last

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few years. Yes. The trend are not kicking in, all the forms are not to

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alleviate it. This street was made a priority by

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Humberside Fire and Rescue ` whose generators and pumps helped to

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reduce the water level in mhnutes. I was there first time to see the

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volume of controls `` the volume of calls our control room was taking.

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They were inundated. With more rain forecast through

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the night, residents in Hull will be watching closely and hophng

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the scenes won?t be repeated again. The Environment Agency has hssued

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a flood warning for the north bank of the Humber

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between Kilnsea and Skeffling. It's in force until

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the high tide has passed at 8.3 . The remnants of ex`Hurricand Bertha

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has brought some wild weather today. We will continue to see

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further heavy rainfall. A yellow Met Office warning

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is still in force. Some very strong gusts,

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especially by the coast. Up over the hills,

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up to 50`60 miles per hour. That rain will continue to shift

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through further towards the east. There will be some drier spells

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by the early hours and tempdratures Tomorrow, very blustery once more,

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still with very strong winds, There will be some heavy showers

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which could be thundery for a time, but also plenty in the way

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of sunny spells inbetween. Temperatures generally reaching

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the high teens at best, but staying windy for Tuesd`y

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and Wednesday, too. Scunthorpe United Manager Rtss

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Wilcox says his team came away very disappointed from the first game

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of their return to league one. The serious and stern expressions

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as the players left the bus suggested Scunthorpd meant

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business at Swindon. A long,

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successful season had earned them still struggling to get a foothold

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in the game when Swindon scored an And they were still strugglhng to

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get a foothold in the game when As halftime loomed, it was 3`1. Not

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much happened after, save for an altercation which

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saw Marcus Williams dismissdd. Gloom and began to assert themselves,

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with Paddy Madden slotting home. But as halftime loomed, it was

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unexpectedly 3`1 ? tough on Scunny. Not much happened after,

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save for an altercation which saw It?s

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a challenge we?re all waiting for. We?ve been striving for ten months

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to achieve this, so we?re not going The next one is

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a nice easy trip to Blackburn. It might well be that we?ve seen one

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of the promotion candidates today. Swindon certainly moved

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the ball around well. And Scunthorpe United learned

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a valuable lesson today ? that League One football is going to be

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far tougher than League Two. Hello there. With reports of

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flooding and wind damage in some parts of the UK, hurricane Bertha

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has certainly left her mark, in one form or another. The low that sperm

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