WASHED out of home by the latest floods to hit her street, a young single mum has had enough.
During the three years Sabrina Hirst has lived in the Kirklees Council property at Crow Lane, Milnsbridge, she says the house has been flooded a staggering 10 times.
The final straw came during last Thursday's deluge, when two inches of water swamped the downstairs.
Her living room ceiling also caved in.
Now she has been offered temporary accommodation while housing staff take a look at her complaints dating back years.
And there may be a chance she can be permanently re-homed.
She says the stress of the repeated flooding has led to her suffering depression.
Sabrina, 22, believes the structure of the house has been attacked by years of damp and now she never wants to go back.
The frustrated mum fears her little sons Dominic, aged four, and Lewis, 10 months, will fall ill because of the filthy conditions.
Sabrina's mum, Carol Sykes, 44, said: "When she went to bed at night and heard it raining she dreaded getting up in the morning."
Sabrina said the property flooded three times eight months after moving in. It then flooded five times last year and was hit twice last week.
The terraced home was left musty, filthy and wet.
Workmen from Kirklees Council and Yorkshire Water are now busily repairing the damage.
The problems stem from a drain right outside the front door.
After heavy rain, rising water backs up in her yard and heads straight into her home.
Sabrina described the first time it happened: "The first flood went straight into my living room though the kitchen. The lino was floating after just a little bit of rain."
In the past, she has lived with the floods. But last week's deluge finally forced her out.
A Kirklees Council spokeswoman commented that a housing officer had helped Sabrina complete a claim form for damage to her property.