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The biggest beast..a fierce storm paralyzes Europe and causes casualties

The biggest beast..a fierce storm paralyzes Europe and causes casualties

Train services were halted in Scotland and parts of England with fallen trees and power lines due to the storm, which the British Met Office called “Dudley”.

I’m late trains in parts of Holland Because trees fall on bars.

And authorities at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport have warned travelers that flights will be delayed due to high winds.

in a GermanyA 37-year-old driver died after a tree fell on his car near Bad Bevensen, south of Hamburg, according to the local fire agency.

German railway company Deutsche Bahn said it had halted long-haul flights in seven northern states on Thursday morning.

Airlines, including national carrier Lufthansa, also canceled many flights due to the storm.

Achim Stauss, a spokesman for Deutsche Bahn, said there was “significant damage” to the tracks and power lines.

“I am afraid that travelers will have to bear the brunt of this disruption for a long time,” he added.

The state of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous, also closed schools Thursday, as a precaution, and the governments of several other states gave students the option to stay at home if they wanted to.

Meteorologists said wind speeds reached 135 kilometers per hour in low-lying areas.

Experts pointed out that advances in weather forecasting and defenses against storms helped prevent major disasters such as the deadly floods that struck Hamburg 60 years ago, killing more than 300 people.

While the authorities in Denmark have warned of rising waters along the North Sea coast.

And it prohibited the sailing of large ships in the Lower Elbe River, which connects the port of Hamburg with the sea.

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In the Czech Republic, hundreds of thousands of people were temporarily without electricity after trees fell on power lines.

Thousands of homes were left without electricity BritainGermany.

High winds also hit the Polish city of Krakow, causing a crane to collapse, killing two people.

Two domestic flights, from Bydgoszcz and Krakow to the capital, Warsaw, and landing in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, had to be redirected to avoid high winds over Poland.

The two planes refueled and were able to go to Warsaw later.

Hurricane weather over the North Atlantic is expected to bring more storms towards the continent in the coming days.

And the German National Weather Service expected Storm Eunice to hit northern Europe on Friday.

Britain’s Met Office issued the highest alert level on Friday, warning: “There is flying debris that could threaten lives.”

She added that roofs may fly from buildings, as the wind speed due to Storm Eunice is expected to reach 150 kilometers per hour on the coast, and 130 kilometers per hour inside the country.