Ain't No River Wide Enough

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April showers and May flowers notwithstanding, the Sanger Centre learned that more prosaic November showers bring … well, floods. That Sanger was built on a flood plain didn’t help. “The river that goes just past us had burst its banks,” says Tim Hubbard, the center’s director of genomic analysis. “It flooded the whole area. … We had the fire brigade pumping water out, but this didn’t stop it from getting into the ground floor of the building.”

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