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Irwin Mitchell swamped in Sheffield floods
The Sheffield office of national giant Irwin Mitchell has been thrown into disarray after it was caught in the extreme flooding that hit the north of England this week. The site's lower floors and lift-shaft suffered serious damage after the River Don burst its banks, with around 20,000 sq ft - eqquivalent to 20% of the firm's total 150,000 sq ft site - affected.
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