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Scenes of flooding as MORE super high tides hit

Scenes of flooding as MORE super high tides hit

Published by Emma Carton at 10:24am 1st October 2019. (Updated at 4:46pm 1st October 2019)

Above photo: Jim Brewer

These were the scenes of flooding around the Cornish coast after another night of super high tides.

Water spilled over the harbour wall and into the streets at Mevagissey, leaving The Ship Inn partially flooded.

Elsewhere, a video shows the moment the River Camel at Wadebridge burst its banks.

'Immediate action' flood warning were issued for both the north and south coasts for Monday and again on Tuesday morning.

Scroll down to see some of the photos and videos from across the Duchy.

Flooding on the quay at Looe:

High tide at Portreath:

The River Camel at Wadebridge burst its banks:

Flooding at The Ship Inn in Mevagissey:

But on Tuesday, business as usual!

Spring tides on the causeway on St Michael's Mount:

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