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Flooding: Halfway and Sheerness badly hit by heavy rain

Areas of Halfway and Sheerness have been badly affected by flooding after this morning's heavy rainfall.

Halfway Road with the junction of Power Station Road, Belmont Road, and St Helen's Road have been swamped with flood water.

Raw sewerage has been spotted floating in Belmont Road as well.

Flooding is also a regular occurrence for Mandy Beeton, who lives in Oak Lane, Minster,

Mrs Beeton lives in a bungalow with her husband Wayne and two children James, 10, and Mason, five.

Whenever there is a heavy downpour, sewerage comes up through the toilet and floods the house.

Mrs Beeton spent Friday morning shovelling out other people’s excrement to stop it flooding her home.

The final straw for Mrs Beeton came when Mason came down with diarrhoea, caused by the bacteria in the sewerage.

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