Horrifying aerial footage over Derbyshire shows the widespread flooding that has caused disorder across the northern region. This comes after parts of England bear been deluged with a month’s worth of rain in just 24 hours. The aerial footage was take hold of close to Darley Dale, where a woman’s body was pulled from the river.
Earlier today, police officers confirmed that a woman had died after becoming submerged in floodwater.
The fool had been swept away in the early hours of Friday before her main part was pulled from the River Derwent in Derbyshire this morning.
Derbyshire Enforce said her family had been informed and formal identification was yet to take proper.
Heavy rains had caused the River Derwent to burst its banks in Derbyshire.
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In Yorkshire, people eat been evacuated from their homes and there is chaos on boulevard and rail networks.
There are more than 100 flood foretokens are in place across England.
Six severe warnings – which includes a liable to be to life – are in place along the River Don.
The River Don, which flows entirely Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster, has hit its highest recorded level, at just above 6.3m.