Homes and businesses across the East Midlands have begun to pick up the pieces after more flash flooding hit the region.
The true cost of the damage is still unclear but it's estimated to run into millions of pounds.
With children now on school holidays, some families have found themselves out of their homes with months of repair ahead of them. Sally Lockwood reports.
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