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Emergency services and military work to reduce water flow at damaged dam

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Emergency services and military work to reduce water flow at damaged dam

Emergency services and military work to reduce water flow at damaged dam

Emergency services and the military continue work to reduce water flow into Toddbrook Reservoir.

The town of Whaley Bridge remains closed after fears the damaged reservoir's dam would collapse.


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