Storm Ciara kills 2 in the United Kingdom

February 11, 2020: Two people died due to the severe storm Ciara in the United Kingdom. 

Fatalities have been reported from Clydebank, West Dumbartonshitre and at the A33 near Winchester.

Storm Ciara (Storm Sabine in the German-speaking countries) brought heavy rain and severe winds across much of the United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden and other northern regions in Europe.

Last week, the Met Office had issued a yellow warning for a potential storm, covering all of the United Kingdom. The Environment Agency had issued 186 flood alerts, 251 flood warnings and 1 severe flood warning in England.

The storm was named Ciara by the Met Office in the United Kingdom, and Sabine by the Deutscher Wetterdienst in Germany.


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