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Storm causes disruption across Northern Ireland

Stormy weather has caused traffic disruption across parts of Northern Ireland with roads blocked by fallen trees and flood water.

The Foyle bridge in Derry has been shut to traffic as winds of up to 70 mph are expected to affect northern counties of Northern Ireland.

In Lisburn, County Antrim, a man died after a tree fell on his van.

BBC News NI's Catherine Morrison reports.

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