More than a million homes and businesses across Europe were still without electricity on Saturday.
Winter storm in Eunice the number of deaths claimed in Europe rose to at least 14 by Saturday. The aftermath of the storm, such as the fall of trees, caused deaths in Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Poland.
British rail transport companies advised people to avoid traveling because much of the rail network was closed due to severe gusts of wind. In England, the winds blew at their strongest at about 54 meters per second.
In the Netherlands, too, the railway network was paralyzed by Eunice, and high-speed Eurostar trains, for example, were unable to operate from Britain and France due to damage to transmission lines.
Saturday more than a million homes and businesses across Europe were without electricity.
On Friday, London announced for the first time in a weather warning the so-called “red level”, which means life-threatening.
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