Tree blown over in Hull storm
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Hull high winds bring down trees on roofs and a taxi

Strong winds whipped through parts of East Yorkshire on Sunday bringing down trees and blocking roads.

Humberside Police said that trees had been blown down and roofs damaged in the Hopewell Road area of east Hull.

Insp Steve Beveridge said the force had been "busy all day" dealing with problems caused by localised strong winds and rainfall.

In one instance a tree was blown down on to a taxi but there were no serious injuries.

Paul Led reports.

  • 10 Aug 2014
  • From the section UK
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