Thousands of fish are being rescued from the Trent Mersey canal. The canal burst its banks during the heavy rain last month. A 14 mile section's been closed off until repairs costing over a million pounds can be made. They'll be electrically stunned before being moved to a safe location.
This video, from viewer Lauren Roberts, shows the moment the Trent Mersey Canal burst its banks at Dutton, near Rochdale.
The collapse of the banks prompted the rescue of thousands of fish from the area by charity The Canal and River Trust.
Thousands of fish will be rescued from a stretch of the Trent Mersey canal that burst its banks during last month's heavy rain.
The fish will be electrically stunned to paralyse them, before being moved to safe location.