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More than 100 people were evacuated from their homes and were cut off from transport links when persistent heavy rain caused flooding in central Scotland.
Daybreak's Angela Corpe reports:
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has issued 12 flood warnings and eight flood alerts.
Some areas have also been marked for flood alerts where flooding is possible.
Sepa hydrology manager Marc Becker said: "We would encourage people in the areas potentially at risk to remain vigilant and be mindful of the conditions in their locality and when travelling.
Around 70 firefighters worked all day to rescue people from their homes and brought the flooding under control in the village of Comrie in Perthshire.
Emergency services also came to the aid of residents in Aberfoyle in Stirling.
An emergency centre was set up Crieff, close to Comrie, as well as at the Strathearn Community Campus leisure centre, where people were given shelter.
A Red Cross team opened a base at Comrie Community Centre and helped around 20 residents, including elderly people who were evacuated from two care homes.
More than 100 people were evacuated from their homes and were cut off from transport links when persistent heavy rain caused flooding.
The Water of Ruchill burst its banks at about 8am, spreading through the village of Comrie, in Perthshire, for about half a mile.