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LIVE: Emergency management teams monitoring the flood situation.

By CGMikeS  |  Posted: January 04, 2014

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65 properties in Cornwall were flooded yesterday and 140 homes are without power this morning. Emergency services across Cornwall are gearing up for more heavy rain tomorrow.

Emergency management teams have been busy since 5am monitoring the flood situation.

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11.10am: In Port Gaverne near Port Isaac, New Road is still partially blocked due to debris on the road near The Terrace.

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9:35am: In Port Gaverne near Port Isaac, New Road is partially blocked due to debris on the road near The Terrace due to high tide.

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9.15am: Reports coming in of lots of water on the A39 on the Truro bound side between the Norway Inn and Devoran.

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9am: The St Mawes Passenger Ferry has been suspended for the day due to adverse weather conditions

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9am: In Bude, The Strand has reopened after earlier flooding between Lansdown Road and Bencoolen Road

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9am: Some flooding in Looe, Harbour Master Jeff Penhaligon tell us, but not as bad as feared. There is some flooding at Middleton's Corner and the back of the quay and some in the town centre.

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8am: Lands End Airport closed until Monday due to waterlogged airfield - Skybus flights diverted to and from Newquay Airport.

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7am: In Bude, The Strand is blocked due to flooding between Lansdown Road and Bencoolen Road

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More information will appear here when available.

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