The First Minister, Carwyn Jones, has been visiting people in flooded St Asaph this afternoon.
He told our presenter Jonathan Hill that the response has been 'phenomenal'. He says we need to look again at which comunities may be at risk of flooding, considering recent extreme weather patterns.
He says the Environment Agency 'will need to investigate' what happened in Ruthin, 'where there are flood defences in place but water got in - we'll have to understand what happened there better'. Local people have complained that they were flooded, having been promised they were protected.
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