At least three people have been killed after Hurricane Arven hit at 160 kmph, causing road closures, train delays and power outages across the UK. The portal reports about it Dailymail.
The first death occurred in Lancaster around 11pm last night, according to local police. In Northern Ireland, one person died Friday in a car crash into a tree in Andrem County. The same thing happened to the third victim in the Aberdeenshire area of Scotland at 5pm yesterday.
Police on Saturday urged the British to travel only when needed. Some roads are impassable due to fallen trees that have not yet been removed.
Rail transport only operates in a certain mode and in some areas it is canceled.
The Coast Guard has warned people to stay away from the sea as much as possible. “No selfie is worth killing.” The Coast Guard said for the Daily Mail.
Meteorologists have warned of cold weather in northern England by Monday. This still applies to some red alert areas.
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