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An appeal launched to raise funds to support the individuals and communities devastated by Storm Desmond in Cumbria has already raised over £1m.
The fundraising has been started by the Cumbria Community Foundation, which frequently raises money for local causes.
The purported aim of the fund-raising was to reach £1m, but now the target has been increased in increments as donations come in.
The new target is £3m.
You can donate here.
ITV Border spoke to Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn as he visited flooded communities in Carlisle:
Residents have told how they had to help each other escape when the second flood in four days hit Glenridding.
Local farmer Joe Taylforth said he witnessed "folk holding hands" as they attempted to get out of their flood-ridden homes and businesses adjacent to the river.
Resident Mandy Howard-Carter, 35, said her quick-thinking husband, Ali, who used to be in the Mountain Rescue service, fetched a rope and fed it across the bridge to help villagers wade through the knee-deep water.
Shopkeeper Alan Brown has spoken of his devastation as the floods leave his family "back at square one".
Carlisle United's ground staff have apparently found 3 displaced koi carp in the Waterworks End goal mouth, following devastating flooding of the Warwick Road area.
Brunton Park and the surrounding area seen some of the deepest flooding in the city:
Patterdale Mountain Rescue have revealed they have attended over 50 incidents in the last 100 hours.
The rescue team were at the centre of the flooding of Glenridding, and are still there as the village once again flooded last night.
Mike Blakey, Team Leader said:
Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn MP, will be visiting flood-hit areas of the Border region today.
He will be visiting Cockermouth Main Street this morning and flooded properties in Botcherby, Carlisle later.
He will also be joined by Shadow Environment Secretary, Kerry McCarthy MP.
Heavy rain overnight has brought more flooding to Glenridding, just four days after it was devastated by Storm Desmond.
Emergency services and even members of the military spent the night there trying to divert the torrents of water away from homes and businesses after the river once again burst its banks.
Members of the public are being warned by police though to stay away - even though they might be desperate to help.
They're concerned about people entering into flood waters - that could put a further strain on over stretched emergency services.
Residents of Glenridding have been sharing their photos of further flooding on Wednesday evening after the beck in the village burst its banks.
Craig Brown who works in a shop in Glenridding tweeted a series of posted and photos about the destruction further flooding has caused.
His family shop had already been flooded at the weekend.
Craig posted on Twitter that the flooding was worse than last time and happened within a matter of minutes.
Residents of the village of Glenridding in Cumbria are appealing for help after the river burst its banks causing further flooding.
Charlene Bell, a photographer in the Lake District, tweeted a video of the flooding and asked people if they were able to help.
If you cannot see this video you can watch it here.
Emergency services - including police, firefighters and the military - are on the scene.
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A falling tree hit two men when they left their bus to remove another fallen tree from the road.
The RSPCA are offering short-term boarding for the pets of people made homeless by the flooding.