The clean up operation has begun in the Cornish village of Coverack which was hit by flash floodingRead the full story ›
A flash flood devastated the Cornish village of Coverack on Tuesday - here's how it all unfolded.Read the full story ›
ITV News has obtained footage of a rescue in the flash-flood-hit village of Coverack. 50 homes are affected, no reports of any injuries.Read the full story ›
An emergency centre has been opened in Cornwall's County Hall in the wake of a flash flood which hit the village of Coverack.Read the full story ›
Emergency services from across the Lizard Peninsula are in the village of Coverack where a flash flood hit this afternoon.Read the full story ›
A couple in their 70s have been airlifted from their home as the waters rose in their Cornish village.
Coastguard and fire services are at the scene of a flash flood in Coverack.
No one is currently able to get in and out of a Cornish village hit by flash flooding.
Alison, of Lizard Holiday Cottages, told ITV News she fought her way through back gardens to check on tenants.
The owner of a cafe in the flooded village of Coverack has described seeing helicopters winching people to safety.Read the full story ›
The owner of a B&B in Coverack has described the rescue efforts at the heart of the flash-flood-hit village.
Dick Powell says there are half a dozen fire engines in the centre of the village, with the coastguard helicopter helping to remove people from their homes.
The main road in and out of the village, the B3294, is said to have been broken up completely by the weight of the surface water running down towards the sea.
A double decker bus is stuck half way up the hill.