Tomorrow marks the 60th anniversary of one of the darkest stories in this region's history, the great floods which killed more than 300 people in our region and left forty thousand homeless.
On that night in 1953, the forecast gave no clue of what was to come. No-one predicted the storm surge that would cause such horrific devastation.
Claire McGlasson reports.
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