Two Lost their lives Already in its first hour Bad weather “Zeynep” has been attacking the west and north since yesterday afternoon Germany. Wind speeds along the North Sea coast are expected to reach 170 kilometers per hour at night and most of the region – e.g. In Bremen – expelled.
– Denise (onSonnenscheinDnz) February 18, 2022
In several cities, including Berlin, the fire department declared a state of “emergency”, while rail and road transport faced widespread problems.
The driver died instantly in a car crash last night due to bad weather near Zerbeck in North Rhine-Westphalia. Another was killed when his car collided with a tree in the Altenberg area of the same state.
At midnight, German Railways announced the suspension of regional services in northern Germany and much of northern Rhine-Westphalia. Earlier, a train collided head-on with a tree in Hamburg. None of the 40 passengers were injured, however the route was canceled as other trees fell on the tracks a few meters below.
– Jர்கrgen Mல்லller (DF1OJ) February 19, 2022
As of yesterday, at 20:10, Berlin was in a state of “emergency”, the fire service announced. Citizens are being asked to stay home, keep yards and balconies clean, and deal with minor damage to rescue firefighters who have received hundreds of calls for help in recent hours.
– Tony Frankfurt (@frankfurt_toni) February 19, 2022
Fans of the local Bundesliga team Schalke, who were watching the match against Paderborn in Gelsenkirche, North Rhine-Westphalia, were forced to stay on the field for several hours after the football match due to extreme heat.
Again 16 hours strong # பயன் des #Organs #Jainep Friday is coming to Cologne. Die Windbain Waren so heftig, Menschen zu Fall come and boume entwurzelt warden. No more pictures like this: https://t.co/N8zkTZY3IX pic.twitter.com/qCFtwq9jPN
– Klner Stadt-Anzeiger (@KSTA) February 18, 2022
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