Written by Staff Writer
03 Mar, 2018 | 12:46 pm
The wild weather affecting Britain will continue into the weekend as Storm Emma continues to bring heavy rain, snow and high seas in the wake of serious disruption caused by the so-called “beast from the East” weather front.
More than 60 people have died across the continent. At least 23 deaths were reported from Poland alone.
Most transport and flights have been suspended in Ireland where thousands were left without power.
Flights in and out of Dublin and Cork airports in Ireland were suspended until Saturday at the earliest. All schools in the country were shut and people were urged not to drive.
Trains stations were also closed until at least midday on Saturday, and all non-urgent surgeries were cancelled by the country’s health authority.
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