Debenhams store in Norwich closed for second day due to flooding
PUBLISHED: 08:02 01 October 2019 | UPDATED: 11:25 01 October 2019
One of Norwich city centre’s biggest shops is closed for a second day after flooding.
Debenhams was hit by the heavy rain over the weekend which has affected electrics in the store.
It is understood that a fire service officer needs to survey the building to ensure it is safe before the shop - or part of it - reopens.
A member of staff said the Warehouse concession shop in the main store had been badly hit with stock ruined.
The majority of the first floor has been cordoned off.
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Stock is still being delivered to Debenhams.
Debenhams was closed all of Monday and there are still signs up this morning saying: "Due to a flood we are unable to trade at this present time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused."
A Debenhams spokesman said: "Unfortunately we are temporarily closed due to the store being flooded.
"We will be up and running as soon as possible but as yet we do not have a date/time when that will be."
Stock however is still being delivered to the store.
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