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Aftermath of the Storm in the UK (11 pics)

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  • 10 Feb, 2014  |
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Ocean waves in the UK destroyed the protection around the coast and forced people to leave their homes.

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№1 Author: Aindy (10 Feb 2014 15:28) Total user comments: 2781


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A whole bunch of people in High Vision clothing, but none of them are doing anything other than pointing and looking. Thats where taxpayers money REALLY goes.......
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№2 Author: treeman22tyger (10 Feb 2014 17:29) Total user comments: 95


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Actually I think you will find that they are Railtrack employees and that is not a government department but a private company who is in charge of all railway lines in the UK.

Plus there has to be a point when officials have to look and assess the situation to decide how to repair the damage. Acting to quick could have detrimental side effects if the future, then people would start pointing the finger saying why wasn't it done properly in the first place.

Plus more storms were imminent so what would be the point in repairing if the possibility of more damage was incoming?
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№3 Author: mantley rawson (11 Feb 2014 14:24) Total user comments: 361


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The sea is taking back what men took one century ago...
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