The winter storm Eleanor, continues its course

 
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This Wednesday, Ireland, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and the Netherlands were severely affected by the winter storm Eleanor, due to the strong winds that left thousands of people without electricity and caused the cessation of air and rail traffic, as is the case from the French airport of Strasbourg.

The winter storm Eleanor, continues its course

A skier died when he fell on a tree in the French Alps, so far is the only dead reported, however, another 15 people were injured in the rest of the country, announced Civil Defense.

The Eiffel Tower, which receives 6 million visitors each year in Paris, was closed until Wednesday afternoon; in the United Kingdom, heavy rain forced the Thames River barrier to close, protecting London from floods; in the Netherlands, 252 of the 1,200 scheduled flights were canceled; In Ireland, the electricity company ESB announced that they had restored electricity to 123 thousand customers, but that 27 thousand more remained without electricity.

"There was a rainy season in the south of the United Kingdom with hail, and thunder and lightning that woke people up" (sic). commented meteorologist Becky Mitchell. Austria is also on its way, which led the authorities to raise the risk of avalanche to four of a level of five in several areas of the country.

Fuente: www.adn40.mx
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