Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton visited the flooded village of Moorland on the Somerset Levels. He asked the few remaining residents what precious possession they would rescue first if the flood waters destroyed their homes.

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Jean and John Gibbons, both 64, pose outside their house with passports and a USB stick containing family photos which they say are the first things they will rescue if their house floodsReuters
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Angela Greenway, 40, says her two dogs are the first things she will take with her if her house floodsReuters
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Margaret Avery, 71, and her husband Michael Avery, 76, pose with their grandson Tom, 21, who suffers from Aspergers and epilepsy. The Averys say they will rescue Tom first if their house floodsReuters
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A collection of family photos is the first thing retired Police officer Carolyn Scriven, 57, would rescueReuters
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Angela and Stephen Tunstall pose inside their house in the flooded Somerset village of Moorland with one of their two dogs which they say are the first things they will take with them if their house floodsReuters
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Family photos are the first things teaching assistant Claire Stanley will rescue if her house floodsReuters
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Rickie Haughton, 70, poses inside his house with his English Mastiff dog – the first thing he'd rescue if his house floodedReuters
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Lesley Haughton, 67, poses outside her house with her dachshund dog which she says is the first thing she'd rescue if her house floodedReuters
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Jane Clement, 54, and her husband Paul Clement, 57, pose outside their house with one of the photographs they say are the first things they will rescue if their house floodsReuters
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Builder Derek Bristow, 64, poses outside his house with one of the photos he will rescue first if the flood water rises any furtherReuters