Storm Hewart causes heavy destruction in Germany, Poland And Czech Republic

Monday, October 30 2017

Storm Hewart causes heavy destruction in Germany, Poland And Czech Republic

Storm Hewart causes heavy destruction in Germany, Poland And Czech Republic Storm Hewart causes heavy destruction in Germany, Poland And Czech Republic Storm Hewart has wreaked havoc in most parts of Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic and caused heavy floods and power outage Updated 2 minutes ago + Storm Hewart causes heavy destruction in Germany, Poland And Czech Republic Source : Press


After Storm Xavier swept across Northern Germany, Storm Hewart has wreaked havoc in most parts of central and northern Europe, causing deaths of at least six people in Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic.


The storm knocked out the power to over thousands of Czech and Poland residents and caused heavy rail traffic in the northern areas of Germany. It also caused an additional destruction of property and injury to people due to fallen trees.


A 63-year-old man drowned on the coast of Germany because of the surge in the storm winds and widespread flooding has been witnessed at the center of the German city of Hamburg.
The winds on the highest mountain of Czech Republic reached over 180km/h.
A 225-meter long oil tanker, carrying 1,800 tonnes of fuel, going by the name "Glory Amsterdam," got stuck in the water Langeoog, the German Island. The officials fear oil-leak from the ship and are on a lookout. On the other hand, all of the ship's crew consisting of 22 men, are safe.
The whole situation has left thousands of travelers stranded at the railway stations at Bremen, Hamburg, Berlin, Hanover, and Kiel.

The famous Prague zoo was kept closed because of the winds. Tags: