Engineers are using tanker lorries to relieve pressure on overloaded areas of the network is a short-term fix ahead of what the company hopes will be long-term solutions, which will be different for each flooding hotspot.
“Although the bulk of the work on inspecting the state of the sewers cannot be done until they have less water in them, we have already started looking at what we can do to mitigate against this kind of problem in future."
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