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The Environment Agency has confirmed it's removed nearby 100 tons of silt and other debris from a Cornish village that was hit by flash flooding
A pair of storm chasers trying to get a view of the lightning storms that hit Cornwall yesterday got "more than we bargained for" when they found themselves in Coverack.
The village was hit by a four-foot surge of flash flooding that smashed its way towards the sea, flooding homes and businesses, and tearing up tarmac on the roads.
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Coverack has been trying to encourage more holidaymakers to visit as residents rebuild after the devastating floods of a fortnight ago.
The road to recovery - how the Cornish village of Coverack is back on track just one week after being devastated by floods.