PHOTOS Two die in Ireland, Northern Ireland as Storm Ali strikes

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Two die in Ireland, Northern Ireland as Storm Ali strikes

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18:00, September 20, 2018

Rough seas are seen from Slea Head during Storm Ali in Coumeenoole, Ireland, Sept. 19, 2018. (Photo: Ecns)

A tree which has fallen onto a car in Belfast as Storm Ali has begun to make itself felt across Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland and England with 91mph winds. (Photos: VCG)

A woman died on Wednesday when high winds blew her caravan off a cliff in the Irish Republic and a man died in Northern Ireland as Storm Ali grounded flights and left over 200,000 people across the island without electricity.

A road that was closed after an accident at Slieve Gullion forest park near Newry, Co Down, where a contractor working for Northern Ireland Water died after he was hit by a falling tree as Storm Ali wreaked havoc across Ireland.

A sign at the entrance to Slieve Gullion forest park near Newry, Co Down, where a contractor working for Northern Ireland Water died after he was hit by a falling tree as Storm Ali wreaked havoc across Ireland.

Fallen trees block the B818 near Carron Bridge, central Scotland, after they were blown down in high winds brought by Storm Ali.

A smashed windscreen of a ScotRail train is pictured after Storm Ali in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, September 19, 2018 in this picture obtained from social media.

A smashed windscreen of a ScotRail train is pictured after Storm Ali in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, September 19, 2018 in this picture obtained from social media.

A fallen tree is seen after Storm Ali in Livingston, Scotland, Britain, September 19, 2018 in this picture obtained from social media on September 19, 2018.

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