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Wind Wreaks Havoc in Northern Europe - 18 Jan 2007
Wind Wreaks Havoc in Northern Europe - 18 Jan 2007
BRITAIN/WEATHER
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January 18, 2007
A woman is blown off her feet by the wind in Canary Wharf, London's financial district, January 18, 2007....
London, United Kingdom
A woman is blown off her feet by the wind in London
A woman is blown off her feet by the wind in Canary Wharf, London's financial district, January 18, 2007. Severe gales battered much of Britain on Thursday, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/Jonathan Bainbridge (BRITAIN)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 19, 2007
A destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late...
Hanau, Germany
Destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau near Frankfurt
A destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as rare hurricane-force winds bore down on them, seriously disrupting air and rail travel and causing at least two deaths. Picture is taken on a slow shutter speed. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 19, 2007
A destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late...
Hanau, Germany
Destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau near Frankfurt
A destroyed street light is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as rare hurricane-force winds bore down on them, seriously disrupting air and rail travel and causing at least two deaths. Picture is taken on a slow shutter speed. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 19, 2007
A car windshield is pelted with rain as heavy storms hit downtown Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007. Germans...
Frankfurt, Germany
Car windshield is pelted with rain as heavy storms hit downtown Frankfurt
A car windshield is pelted with rain as heavy storms hit downtown Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as rare hurricane-force winds bore down on them, seriously disrupting air and rail travel and causing at least two deaths. Picture is taken on a slow shutter speed. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 19, 2007
Rubble is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007....
Hanau, Germany
Rubble is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau near Frankfurt
Rubble is seen in front of a damaged factory hall in Hanau, south of Frankfurt, late January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as rare hurricane-force winds bore down on them, seriously disrupting air and rail travel and causing at least two deaths. Picture is taken on a slow shutter speed. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 18, 2007
An elderly couple tries to protect themselves from heavy blowing wind downtown Frankfurt, January 18,...
Frankfurt, Germany
People fight against heavily blowing wind downtown Frankfurt
An elderly couple tries to protect themselves from heavy blowing wind downtown Frankfurt, January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as a rare hurricane bore down on Germany, cutting air traffic at the country's biggest airport by half. Germany's DWD meteorological service said the storm "Kyrill" could generate winds of up to 180 km/h (112 mph) in high and exposed areas and as much as 130 km/h in lower-lying regions. Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
A young girl walks over a pedestrian crossing as she passes a wind-fallen tree on the corner of Grove...
London, United Kingdom
A young girl walks over a pedestrian crossing as she passes a wind-fallen tree on the corner of Grove...
A young girl walks over a pedestrian crossing as she passes a wind-fallen tree on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January 18, 2007. Four people were killed on Thursday as severe gales battered much of Britain, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
A wind-fallen tree squashes a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January...
London, United Kingdom
A wind-fallen tree squashes a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London
A wind-fallen tree squashes a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January 18, 2007. Four people were killed on Thursday as severe gales battered much of Britain, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 18, 2007
A German police officer stands in front of a truck that lies on the A4 motorway between the exits Waltershausen...
Gotha, Germany
A German police officer stands in front of a truck that lies on the A4 motorway near the eastern German...
A German police officer stands in front of a truck that lies on the A4 motorway between the exits Waltershausen and Boxberg near the eastern German city of Gotha January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as rare hurricane-force winds bore down on them, seriously disrupting air and rail travel and causing at least two deaths. REUTERS/Sascha Fromm/Thueringer Allgemeine (GERMANY)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
A wind-fallen tree lies on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January 18, 2007. Four...
London, United Kingdom
A wind-fallen tree lies on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London
A wind-fallen tree lies on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January 18, 2007. Four people were killed on Thursday as severe gales battered much of Britain, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
A policeman walks past a wind-fallen tree on top a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey...
London, United Kingdom
A policeman walks past a wind-fallen tree on top a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey...
A policeman walks past a wind-fallen tree on top a parked car on the corner of Grove End Road and Abbey Road in London January 18, 2007. Four people were killed on Thursday as severe gales battered much of Britain, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/WEATHER
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January 18, 2007
A local walker is hit by a wave on the sea front at Dover in Kent, January 18, 2007. The port of Dover...
Dover, United Kingdom
A local walks along the seafront as it is battered by waves at Dover in Kent
A local walker is hit by a wave on the sea front at Dover in Kent, January 18, 2007. The port of Dover was closed as gale force winds and storms covered much of Britain. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
STORM-NETHERLANDS
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January 18, 2007
An 80-meter-high construction crane lies on a corridor of the Uithof University Centre, in Utrecht January...
Utrecht, Netherlands
An 80-meter-high construction crane lies on a corridor of the Uithof University Centre, in Utrecht
An 80-meter-high construction crane lies on a corridor of the Uithof University Centre, in Utrecht January 18,2007 after heavy winds knocked it down injuring three students. A severe storm swept over the Netherlands and other parts of Europe causing several accidents. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 18, 2007
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in Dortmund January 18,...
Dortmund, Germany
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in Dortmund
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in Dortmund January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as a rare hurricane bore down on Germany, cutting air traffic at the country's biggest airport by half. Germany's DWD meteorological service said the storm "Kyrill" could generate winds of up to 180 km/h (112 mph) in high and exposed areas and as much as 130 km/h in lower-lying regions. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 18, 2007
People fight against heavy blowing wind as they cross a junction downtown Frankfurt, January 18, 2007....
Frankfurt, Germany
People fight against heavily blowing wind downtown Frankfurt
People fight against heavy blowing wind as they cross a junction downtown Frankfurt, January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as a rare hurricane bore down on Germany, cutting air traffic at the country's biggest airport by half. Germany's DWD meteorological service said the storm "Kyrill" could generate winds of up to 180 km/h (112 mph) in high and exposed areas and as much as 130 km/h in lower-lying regions. Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-HURRICANE/
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January 18, 2007
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in a shopping street downtown...
Frankfurt, Germany
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in a shopping street downtown...
A broken umbrella is seen in a garbage bin as people walk against stormy wind in a shopping street downtown Frankfurt, January 18, 2007. Germans were told to stay indoors and many schools across the country closed early on Thursday as a rare hurricane bore down on Germany, cutting air traffic at the country's biggest airport by half. Germany's DWD meteorological service said the storm "Kyrill" could generate winds of up to 180 km/h (112 mph) in high and exposed areas and as much as 130 km/h in lower-lying regions. Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
A man reacts as a wave hits the seafront at Dover in Kent in southern England, January 18, 2007. The...
Dover, United Kingdom
A man reacts as a wave hits the seafront at Dover in Kent in southern England
A man reacts as a wave hits the seafront at Dover in Kent in southern England, January 18, 2007. The port of Dover was closed on Thursday as severe gales caused transport chaos and damaged buildings across Britain. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
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January 18, 2007
Heavy rainfall rolls down a car windscreen stuck in a traffic jam on the A9 near Stirling in central...
Stirling, United Kingdom
Heavy rainfall rolls down car windscreen near Stirling in central Scotland
Heavy rainfall rolls down a car windscreen stuck in a traffic jam on the A9 near Stirling in central Scotland January 18, 2007. Four people were killed on Thursday as severe gales battered much of Britain, causing transport havoc and damaging buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
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