A popular pub was forced to close after it collapsed in heavy rain as floods hit Britain.
Staff were at the family-run Ship Inn in Cockwood, Devon, when the roof and wall behind the bar collapsed due to torrential weather conditions.
The Boozer is made from Cob, a traditional West Country building material, a mixture of clay and straw.
Luckily no one was injured but the pub staff and patrons were devastated.
It comes as Brits were hit by wet and windy weather, with even more horrific conditions encountered along the way.
Meteorologists have warned of a “risk to life” as Storm Ciaran will bring torrential rain and winds of 150km/h.
Many have been told to expect continued heavy rain and flooding as the storm brings seven new yellow weather warnings across the UK.
After the “shocking” disaster, Anna Brown, partner at the pub, said the family intended to reopen the pub as soon as possible after repairs, the BBC reports.
Ms Brown said: “We’ve been here since 2007, this is our family pub and basically the wall fell out from behind the bar and collapsed towards the garden at around half past eleven this morning.”
The store is closed until corrective action can be taken.
And the family said they had been assured the wall could be repaired.
“We will be back and serving as soon as possible,” Ms. Brown added.
And one visitor told DevonLive: “It looks like the council has closed part of the road.”
“On Saturday we walked past the pub with our dog and there was nothing wrong at all, but when we walked past today everything was gone.”
Residents in the southwest are being warned of “significant coastal flooding” due to heavy rain and strong winds.
Met Office meteorologists have issued yellow weather warnings for large parts of the UK from yesterday until Thursday November 2nd.
The Environment Agency has issued 72 flood warnings as the country is hit by the latest wave of severe weather.
The Met Office put yellow rain warnings in force for south Wales, southeast England and eastern Scotland up to Newcastle on Sunday.
New alerts have been activated across Northern Ireland, Wales and the south east coast as Storm Ciarán is set to cause chaos until next week.
The latest yellow weather warnings for rain on Monday apply to Belfast, Swansea, Newcastle, Brighton and Portsmouth and surrounding areas.
The Met Office warned Britons to expect “very strong and potentially damaging winds associated with Storm Ciarán” on Thursday.
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Meteorologists are predicting wind gusts of up to 90 miles per hour on the hardest-hit areas of the coast, while other areas are expected to experience storms of up to 80 miles per hour.
Further inland, wind speeds of between 50 and 60 miles per hour are expected.