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Nearly 150,000 homes were without drinking water Monday after the worst floodwaters in 60 years swamped large areas of western England.

British military and rescue workers battled to save a major electricity substation on the outskirts of Gloucester, England, that serves about 500,000 homes.

About 1,000 Royal Navy personnel were building an emergency barrier to keep the Walham substation from flooding. Read full article »

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