48 hours of poor weather caused roads to close and cut communities off in the North East.Flood alerts have now been lifted,, but the clean-up is continuing.
In Woolsingham in County Durham a bridge collapsed - cutting off the village from the main road.
The council has now said that they will be putting a temporary bridge in place to allow vehicles to travel along the road.
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Sir Michael Wilshaw has said there was "very bad homophobic bullying" at free schools in Durham and Sunderland and parents deserve better.
Winter is back with weather warnings in place across the region. Ross has the details:
Ten people, six from Gateshead have been charged after drugs, believed to be destined for North East communities, were secured by officers.