A plane is overturned at the Redhill Aerodrome in Surrey.
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Winds thrash houses, roads and planes across the UK

Heavy winds have caused widespread damage and disturbances across the UK.

At the Redhill Aerodrome in Surrey, a light aircraft was overturned while part of a grandstand roof was ripped off at Epsom Racecourse.

In Tunbridge Wells, a man was killed when his van was crushed by an oak tree.

An elderly couple had a narrow escape after a tree fell on their house in Chipstead, Kent, early in the morning. It only just missed the bedroom where they were sleeping.

  • 03 Jan 2012
  • From the section UK
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