Survivor relives 1953 flood memories

Neil Quincey, from Hunstanton in Norfolk, relives his memories of the 1953 floods and Claire McGlasson hears about the American serviceman, Reis L. Leming who saved dozens of lives.


Floods of 1953

In the dead of a winter's night 60 years ago a storm surge pushed down the North Sea bringing devastating floods to the East coast. It came with little warning and more than 300 people were killed in Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.