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Still out on the ground helping at Wainfleet.

We are still out on the ground in Wainfleet.
We are working with the Fire service and
Environment Agency. Delivering fuel to the pumps to keep them running .
This is one of the many jobs we have been are continuing to do.
Helping the people of wainfleet
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We are still out there Helping Wainfleet

Since the flooding at #Wainfleet Responders to date have put in 545 hours or equates to 23 days active on the ground
 (This is not counting standby hours).
#volunteers#dedicated
you can also find us on face book
If you are interested in joining our team. Then send us a message on facebook.
We will be in touch, but as you can understand we are all busy so it could take a little time . But we will be back in touch.
https://www.facebook.com/LincolnshireCAT/

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Our Responders are Deployed

We still have responders deployed in the Village of Wainfleet.
They are Assisting the Emergency services, Lincolnshire Emergency planning. Helping the public during this Tragic time.
Here just a small portion of some of the duties we have been carrying out.

Everyone working as a team to move filled sandbags

.Door knocking checking on the vulnerable
.Transporting Residents and pets to places of safety
.Transporting sandbags
.Bringing in Empty sandbags from out of the area to be filled
.Delivering hot food and drinks to Fire crews manning the pumps. who are Fighting Mother nature in keeping the water out of the electric substations to keep the power on in the Village

A couple of our Responders are having a Welfare break in the Early hours of Saturday morning

We have had Responders on the ground since late Wednesday/Early Thursday Morning.

The RAF have filled the Breach using 270 one-tonne bags of aggregate
https://www.facebook.com/lincolnshirecc/
Just a tiny portion of the Equipment that has been brought in by the fire service

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Weather warnings are still in force

Further heavy rain is forecast throughout the evening across Lincolnshire. Here are a few numbers you might need. You can also check whether your area is at risk and sign up to free flood warnings at www.gov.uk/flood

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Weather Warnings in Force

the Met office have weather warnings in place for Lincolnshire

There is a chance that heavy prolonged rainfall could lead to local flooding and disruption to transport.

What to expect

  • Spray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures
  • Where flooding occurs, there is a slight chance of delays or cancellations to train and bus services
  • There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings
  • There is a small chance that some communities become cut off by flooded roads

 

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