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Coasts and rivers on flood alert as a storm surge arrives

  • Video report by ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout

Much of the East Anglian coast has been on flood alert today with a storm surge raising high tides.

Rivers on the Broads have also burst their banks and the rail line between Norwich and Lowestoft has been closed by flooding.

Trains disrupted after floodwater gets on tracks at Brundall

The scene in Brundall near Norwich currently. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Trains are being disrupted between Norwich and Lowestoft tonight due to floodwater getting onto the tracks.

Several flood alerts are in place across the Anglia region due to a storm surge raising high tides.

A flood warning has been issued for parts of the River Yare, including Brundall, and part of the line is now flooded.

Greater Anglia say that trains between Norwich and Lowestoft are being delayed and cancelled, and the problems are expected to last until 8pm.

A limited Rail Replacement Bus service is currently in operation.

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Man wanted for prison recall is arrested

Matthew Clark, 33, was wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his license. Credit: Norfolk Police

A man wanted in the Great Yarmouth area has been arrested.

Matthew Clark, 33, was wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his license.

He was arrested in the Great Yarmouth area and is in police custody to be returned to prison in due course.

Police searching for man wanted for prison recall

Matthew Clark (33) from Great Yarmouth is wanted for recall to prison. Credit: Norfolk Police

Police in Norfolk are hunting a man who is wanted for recall to prison.

Matthew Clark, 33, from Great Yarmouth is wanted for breaching the terms of his license.

He is thought to have connections all over Norfolk but more specifically the King's Lynn area, along with Lowestoft and Beccles in Suffolk.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Norfolk Police on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Venue where boxer died was not licensed for fighting

Kuba Moczyk. Credit: (Picture right) Courtney Hannant

It's been revealed that the venue where a Norfolk boxer died in Great Yarmouth was not licensed for fighting.

22-year-old Kuba Moczyk suffered a head injury after being knocked out in his first fight at the Atlantis Arena Tower Complex in November. He died in hospital four days later.

Atlantis Tower Complex in Great Yarmouth. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A spokesman for the Great Yarmouth Borough Council said the premises licence lapsed in August last year. An investigation has since been launched.

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Boxer's funeral held in Great Yarmouth

The hearse carrying Kuba

Hundreds of people have turned out for the funeral of a boxer from Norfolk who died after being knocked out in his first ever fight.

22-year-old Kuba Moczyk suffered a head injury during a bout at the Atlantis Arena in Great Yarmouth last month. He died in hospital four days later.

His funeral was held at St Mary's Church in Great Yarmouth.

Kuba Moczyk died in hospital.
Mourners gather at St Mary's Church, Great Yarmouth

Funeral of Norfolk boxer to take place

Kuba Moczyk died in hospital.

The funeral of a boxer from Norfolk who died after being knocked out in his first ever fight is due to take place.

22-year-old Kuba Moczyk suffered a head injury during a bout at the Atlantis Arena in Great Yarmouth last month. He died in hospital two days later.

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