BERLIN/PRAGUE: Freak Storm breezes battered northern and focal Europe on Sunday, killing no less than six individuals in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic, with specialists looking for oil spills from a tremendous tanker that ran ashore in the North Sea.
Four victims in Poland and the Czech Republic were slaughtered by falling trees. The storm also thumped out energy to a many Czechs and Poles, and rail activity in vast parts of northern Germany stayed suspended after substantial harm from fallen trees. Winds achieved more than 100 kph (60 miles for each hour) in a few sections of the Czech Republic and beat out at 180 kph on Snezka, at 1,602 meters the country’s most noteworthy mountain, Czech Television detailed.
The two casualties in Germany incorporated a 63-year-old German man who suffocated at a campground in Lower Saxony because of a tempest surge, and a lady whose speedboat upset in the province of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, German media detailed.