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Storm Callum to trigger 16 breakdowns a minute - how to keep your car on the road

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 11 October 2018
Storm Callum to trigger 16 breakdowns a minute - how to keep your car on the roadThat's according to Green Flag, who delivered the warning as Storm Callum is due to hit the UK on Friday.
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News video: Storm Callum turns car park into a river

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Storm Callum caused flooding in the Lake District of the UK on Saturday.

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