Red flood warning issued for Hessle Foreshore and A63 by Environment Agency



A red flood warning has been issued for Hessle Foreshore, parts of Brough and a section of the A63 Clive Sullivan Way this evening as the River Humber experiences a high tide.
The Environment Agency have issued a red warning - the second most severe - for the area. The warning, which says "Flooding is expected - immediate action required" is active now and lasts until 7.15pm this evening.
The alert covers an area of the Humber shore from Priory Way west to Faxfleet and includes residential areas of Hessle and Brough and the A63.
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11 January 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 27
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