After weeks of bad weather, another storm has hit parts of England.
Winds of nearly 150km per hour have been recorded, along with heavy rain and unusually high tides.
A section of the sea wall in Dawlish, Devon, collapsed and left a railway to Cornwall suspended in mid-air.
More residents of homes on the Somerset Levels were evacuated.
The BBC reports police used a helicopter to advise the occupants of more than 150 properties in Fordgate and Northmoor to leave their homes.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced an extra £100 million for flood works.
At Prime Minister's Questions he pledged £75 million for repairs over the next year, £10 million for urgent work in Somerset - where several rivers have flooded - and £15 million for maintenance.