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US News Man's body discovered as floodwater recedes in South Yorkshire

15:25  26 november  2019
15:25  26 november  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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A body has been found on a road hit by the recent floods in South Yorkshire . Police confirmed the man ' s body was found on Fordstead Lane near Barnby Dun The road has been under water for two weeks after the River Don burst its banks earlier this month, inundating much of the surrounding area.

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a view of a snow covered mountain: The area around Doncaster was badly hit by floods. File pic © PA The area around Doncaster was badly hit by floods. File pic A body has been found on a road hit by the recent floods in South Yorkshire.

Police confirmed the man's body was found on Fordstead Lane near Barnby Dun, in the Doncaster area, on Saturday.

The road has been under water for two weeks after the River Don burst its banks earlier this month, inundating much of the surrounding area.

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Officers were unable to say how long the body had been in the location.

According to some reports, it may have been in the flood water for some time.

In a statement, the force said: "Inquiries are under way in Doncaster after the discovery of a man's body.

"Police were called at around 2:15pm on Saturday 23 November, following reports a body had been found on Fordstead Lane, Barnby Dun, Doncaster.

"The death is not being treated as suspicious."

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