Ironbridge, England A young girl looks out the window of her marooned home in Ironbridge in late February. Hundreds of residents were evacuated after the River Severn burst its banks and defenses in Ironbridge and other communities. According to the BBC, numerous flood warnings were issued last month as a result of Storm Dennis.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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