Fresh calls are being made for the Government to improve the city’s flood defences following the deluge which caused chaos across the region.
Exeter city and Devon County Council have already pledged millions to improving Exeter’s flood prevention scheme and is calling for more cash to be made available urgently.
Exeter needs around £12m to help pay for a £25m flood relief scheme to improve the existing 50-year-old defences.
This video, taken at 10am on Sunday, shows a torrent of water flowing through the Quay.
The River Exe burst its banks in several places and water lapped across pavements and walkways at the Quay.
Businesses used sandbags to protect their buildings as the water levels rose, and hundreds of sightseers gathered to watch the torrent flow through the city.