Emergency services searching for a missing 68-year-old woman after a house partially collapsed in Looe, Cornwall, during bad weather have found a body.
The incident happened early this morning as torrential rain battered southwestern England.
Rescuers had to wait for the building to be made safe before they could search for the woman, named locally as Susan Norman
ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports:
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