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Cold storm Arwen scourges Gb, at least two dead


At least two people died in Northern Ireland and Northern England, affected, along with north-central England and Wales, by the fury of the cold storm Arwen, fueled by gusts of wind with peaks of up to 160 km per hour, who has to ... (ANSA)

(ANSA) - ROME, NOVEMBER 27 - At least two people died in Northern Ireland and Northern England, struck, together in North-Central England and Wales, by the fury of the Arwen cold storm, fueled by gusts of wind up to nearly 160 km per hour, which also left tens of thousands of people without electricity while several etreni flights were canceled.

    The two victims, the British media said, are two men both struck by trees broken or uprooted by the raging winds, one in Antrim, in Northern Ireland, the other in the English county of Cumbria, in the English north-east.

    The wind record was recorded in Northumberland, in the north-west of England.

But there are reports of at least 80,000 people without electricity in Scotland, of at least 120 lorries stuck in the snow in Rochdale, near Manchester, and the media also shows lorries overturned on one side by Arwen's rage.

    Railway companies in the affected areas have invited passengers to stay home until at least Monday.


Source: ansa

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