PHOTOS Storm Eunice blows off rooftops and topples the trees


Storm Eunice blows off rooftops and topples the trees


13:09, February 20, 2022

Storm Eunice has killed at least 16 people so far on mainland Europe. Deaths were reported in many countries, including the Netherlands, Germany and Poland. The storm, which brewed in the central Atlantic, has caused a lot of damage. In the UK, thousands of homes are still without power. Hundreds of flights were canceled, and rail services were also affected.

Waves crash against the harbor wall in Porthcawl, Wales, February 19, 2022.

Large waves created by high winds and spring tides hit the New Brighton promenade's seawall during Storm Eunice.

People walk across the seawall at the New Brighton promenade as large waves created by Storm Eunice crash against it.

A catamaran in Brighton, England lies upended after Storm Eunice hit, February 19, 2022.

A tree felled by Storm Eunice damaged this parked in Southwick, England, February 19, 2022.

A commuter waits for a train. Transport in London has been severely affected by Storm Eunice, which is described as the worst storm in the last 30 years in the UK.

Waves break on the beach of Altefaehr on the island of Ruegen, northern Germany, Saturday, February 19, 2022.

(Photos: CFP)

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