Deadly floods as storm sweeps UK
Checking out the flood damage after a storm swept through Tewkesbury, south western England.
Claire and Zachary Boazman look out from the upstairs window of the flooded White Bear pub in Tewkesbury.
A car, in which a man died after being trapped in flood waters is wedged under a bridge in Chew Stoke, Somerset.
Anne Bartlett and her dog Henry look out from their flooded property in the centre of the village of Ruishton.
Locals checking out the flooded fields of Glastonbury.
A young girl splashes through flood water in Ruishton, near Taunton, in Somerset.
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Tens of thousands of UK properties are at risk as stormy weather that has already killed several people heads north.
Heavy storms, responsible for the deaths of three and the flooding of hundreds of homes, have ravaged the area since last week.
Officials say the stormy weather is heading north and could put another 70,000 properties at risk.
Residents said they could only watch as water began to flood their homes over the weekend.
Forecasters have warned there is more severe weather to come in the next few days.
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