Thursday, February 6, 2014

Violent Atlantic Storm takes heavy toll of Britain

Winds up to 92 mph that battered the British coast have destroyed the coastal railway line and many houses have washed away into the sea.

And the winds and storm is not stopping, Met office predicts Gusts of up to 70 mph expected inland across parts of south Wales, Devon and Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset.

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The raging and fierce seas ripped a gaping hole in the coastal road, shattering tarmac and ripping holes in the the picturesque properties standing on the sea front, forcing residents to evacuate.

At least 8,000 properties were without power and 60,000 had it restored after winds hit 92 mph overnight and 'airborne debris' smashed overhead cables.

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Read more about it at: Mail Online
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