Courtesy of cellular-news.com, we’ve got a little bit more on the story that we bought you over the weekend about the flood-affected Vodafone HQ.
According to the article, it all started going wrong when the nearby Lambourn river burst its banks – which then flooded an ornamental lake in the centre of the complex. Rather ironically, authorities had recently announced plans to upgrade sewers in the area to improve drainage.
The picture on the right is apparently of a stream that runs between two of the buildings on the site – and obviously was taken on a slightly more normal day. Offices in the HQ are reportedly not expected to be useable until later this week.