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LONDON (Suptnik) – Two people were killed by high winds carried by Storm Arwen as it passed through the United Kingdom.
Frances Lagan, a school principal in Northern Ireland, died when the car he was traveling through through Antrim crashed into a tree on the road.
“The victim of this tragedy, Frances Lagan, was a highly respected school principal in South Derry and made a significant contribution to the community,” said Sinn Fein Republican Representative Declan Kearney.
Another man died as a result of a tree collapse in the English region of Cumbria.
While, About 80,000 families They were left without electricity or a gas supply in Scotland.
The Met Office recorded winds of up to 98 mph and raised red alerts across eastern Scotland and northeastern England.