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County’s biggest risk is flooding

The main risks to life in Lincolnshire are outlined in the county’s ‘Community Risk Register’, which is now updated.

Nine ‘enduring risks’ are detailed and explained in the document, which also states what preparations residents can expect from local authorities and emergency services, and what they can do at home themselves.

The main risk to Lincolnshire is identified as coastal flooding and residents and businesses along the east coast are advised to take steps to prepare.

People can register for alerts from the Environment Agency’s Floodline service on 0845 988 1188 or at www.environment-agency.gov.uk/floodline

 

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