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UPDATE: Four dead, 18 hurt as fierce winds lash Poland

22.10.2021 09:30
Four people were killed and 18 others injured after strong winds battered large parts of Poland on Thursday and in the early hours of Friday, snapping trees, damaging roofs and disrupting power supplies.
The aftermath of violent winds in the southwestern city of Wrocław.
The aftermath of violent winds in the southwestern city of Wrocław.Photo: PAP/Aleksander Koźmiński

Firefighters said they were called out more than 10,350 times to deal with the aftermath of gales in various regions across the country.

Powerful winds wreaked havoc in the southwestern Dolnośląskie regionthe western provinces of Wielkopolskie and Lubuskie, the northwestern region of Zachodniopomorskie, and Lubelskie province in the east, Krzysztof Batorski, a spokesman for the State Fire Service, said on Friday morning.

More than 120,000 customers were left without electricity at one point, the Government Centre for Security (RCB) reported.


Source: IAR, PAP