In the Northern parts of Scotland the wind speed in gusts in some places reached 145 km/h.
December 7, the coast of great Britain reached the Atlantic cyclone “Caroline”, reports Rus.Media. In the Northern parts of Scotland the wind speed in gusts in some places reached 145 km/h.
The disaster has disrupted train and ferry services. To 11 thousand homes were left without power. Dozens of schools in several parts of the country were closed.”Orange” level of risk identified for the North of Scotland, other parts of the country warned about the “yellow” threat level.
It was reported that the first victims. It was the man who decided to storm down the river in a kayak together with 7 friends. The man crashed into a wind-thrown tree. The incident happened in the County of Devon, southwestern England.