BREAKING: Three killed by Storm Eunice

Storm Eunice UK
Storm Eunice UK

At least three persons have been killed by the Storm Eunice, a report by BNO News. According to the report, two people have been killed near Amsterdam and the other was confirmed dead in Ireland.

Police in Ireland confirmed the victim was hit and died as he cleared debris in Co Wexford earlier today as 122mph winds swept across the British Isles.

The man who is believed to be in her 60s was reportedly working with a colleague in Ballythomas this morning when tragedy struck.

Cops confirmed the man was pronounced dead at the scene and a post-mortem will take place in due course.

London Ambulance Service (LAS) confirmed two people had been injured in separate incidents in the capital. A man was taken to hospital after being injured by falling debris in Waterloo at around midday.

He was treated at the scene and rushed to the hospital “as a priority”. Another man was taken to hospital with a head injury after being struck by a tree in Streatham shortly before 11 am.

No further detail was available about either casualty.


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