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Whaley Bridge dam: Some residents refuse to move

BBC News Friday, 2 August 2019
Some residents are staying put, with one saying the evacuation is "health and safety gone mad".
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News video: Aerial View Shows Damage to Whaley Bridge Dam

Aerial View Shows Damage to Whaley Bridge Dam 02:07

Residents of Whaley Bridge, in Derbyshire, England, were told to evacuate by police on August 1 after the dam of the Toddbrook Reservoir, located above the town, was damaged during heavy rain. Derbyshire Police said on August 2 that they did not know how long the evacuation order would be in place...

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