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At least nine people have lost their lives in Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic as Hurricane Emma struck central Europe.
One of Germany's high speed trains was taken out of action and several rail lines were closed as winds reached 190 kilometres an hour. Three people died in Germany.
In some areas, heavy rainfall caused flooding as well.
In Austria the death toll reached four, including two German tourists, with at least two of the people killed by trees blown down by high winds.www.liveleak.com...
Hurricane Felix came ashore on Tuesday morning in northeast Nicaragua, near Punta Gorda, as a category five storm. Hurricane warnings have also been issued for eastern Honduras. Church World Service is maintaining contact with partners the Council of Evangelical Churches for a Denominational Alliance (CEPAD), in Nicaragua, and the Christian Commission for Development (CCD), in Honduras, to assess needs in the wake of the storm.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by UnitedSatesofFreemasons
For some reason I still cannot imagine a Hurricane in Europe, especially central Europe..
Just doesn't seem normal.. it would be like Ohio getting hit by a hurricane from the Lakes..
Which ironically happened once..