A rescue operation to save fish stranded after a canal bank collapsed in Mid Devon has begun.
The 200-year old embankment at Halberton completely gave way after a two mile stretch of the Grand Western Canal near Tiverton drained into the surrounding fields.
It's left hundreds of fish stranded in a lagoon. Local anglers and The Environment Agency have now started pumping the lake and will transfer the fish to tanks before returning them to the canal.
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