The team was put on standby at 16:28 by the SARCELL for Storm Dennis to join the multi-agency response to the floods across Devon & Cornwall.
At 18:38 the water team was request to move to the rescue centre and be ready for deployment.
At 21:40 the team was stood down by SARCELL but stay on ready to fast response overnight and tomorrow.
Please stay safe if you are out and about as conditions may have eased temporarily but are set to get worse again over the next 24 hours.
Read more about Storm Dennis here
- 14 DSRTP
- Total duration: 5hrs 30mins
Travelling this weekend? Stay away from swollen rivers and do not drive through flood water. It’s not worth the risk.— Environment Agency (@EnvAgency) February 14, 2020
Check your flood risk before travelling: https://t.co/SyMLTCnU0l#StormDennis #Floods #PrepareActSurvive pic.twitter.com/nK1FSy0eqM
In Fire Control we have mainly been dealing with incidents of Dangerous Structures and some flooding incidents. Our partner agencies @DC_Police @CoastguardTeam @Dartmoor_SRTA @Devon_4x4 @Surflifesaving will be with us all night to assist #Partnershipworkingatitsbest pic.twitter.com/sWpkLI7Z9K— Devon&Somerset Fire (@DSFireUpdates) February 15, 2020