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Readers pictures of the aftermath of stormy weather which hit Ashford

27 December 2013
by Tim Collins

Hurricane-force winds and heavy rain continued to batter the borough this week, after first arriving on Monday night.

A number of Kentish Express readers picked up their cameras and sent us their images of the aftermath of the storm.

Reader's pictures

Eagle eyed readers have sent in their images of the aftermath of recent stormy weather

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A fallen tree just missed causing damage to a car parked in Heathfield Road. Picture - Andy Clark. Flooded north park.  Picture - Andy Clark. Council offices in Tannery Lane. Picture - Andy Clark. Clear up causes disruptions on Canterbury Road. Picture - Andy Clark. Flooding on Hothfield Common. Picture - Chris Wood. Car causes a splash in Ashford. Picture - Leigh Harman. Pumping flood water on the Henwood Industrial Estate.  Picture - Andy Clark Flooding at Henwood Industrial Estate.  Picture - Andy Clark Flood water envelopes a car on the Henwood Industrial Estate.  Picture - Andy Clark Panels on the roof of Waitrose in Ashford have become loose due to the strong winds

 

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