John Acornley's film takes viewers through the full story of the Boscastle flash flooding - from a torrent running down the main street, to the eventual destruction of nearby buildings.
Ten years on from the Boscastle floods, ITV News West Country has been speaking to villagers and rescue teams that worked tirelessly to prevent any loss of life - to hear in their words what happened on that day:
This weekend marks the tenth anniversary of the devastating floods at Boscastle in which dozens of homes and businesses were destroyed.
On ITV at 6pm tonight we're back there to reflect on that day and see how the village has recovered.
Here's Ian Axton with a preview of tonight's special programme:
It's been ten years since parts of Boscastle in north Cornwall were virtually swept away by floods.
These images of water rushing through the village were beamed around the world in 2004.
Tonight ITV West Country will be live from Boscastle where we'll see how the people there have recovered.
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Vistors to Trevaunance Cove in Cornwall will see action both in the skies and in the sea on today as St Agnes RNLI Lifeboat hold their annual Lifeboat Day.The day is extra special this year as all funds raised will go towards the recently launched new lifeboat appeal for St Agnes.
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A giant cable is being laid to give the Isles of Scilly Superfast Broadband. Engineers are using a ship moored off St Mary's to bring a 60 kilometre cable to the shore.
It will be connected to a high speed line that runs from Cornwall to Spain deep under the sea
It will mean islanders have much faster internet access.
Jeremy Steventon-Barnes from BT says the cable will be buried out of the way, deep in the sand.
Devon and Cornwall Police will be reviewing whether any new evidence has emerged in their investigation in to the death of Alan Jeal.
His body was discovered on Perranporth beach back in February and a murder enquiry is now underway. Last night the case was featured on national television.
The last year has seen a record number of jellyfish on our shores, according to a survey by the marine conservation society. It seems if you're on a beach in the Westcountry these days, they're never far away. But why are there so many more of them and are they as dangerous as some people think?