Rain closes children's hospital

The Children's Hospital for Wales in Cardiff has been forced to close, after heavy rainfall caused flooding and damage to the building. 18 child patients have been moved to the main hospital building for treatment.

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Six to 12 inches of water on Children's Hospital floors

Dr George Findlay, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board's Clinical Board Director for Children and Women, told ITV News that between six and 12 inches of water had flooded the top two floors of the Children's Hospital for Wales - and some ceiling tiles had come down with the force of the water.

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