Hotel Gets Destroyed During Storm Ciara In UK

The Ciara storm hit the Great Britain with all its might, and weathermen have named it the storm of the century.

Wind gusts reached speeds of up to 150 kph (93 mph), and the storm had already reached central Europe.

At the border with Scotland, the entire wall of the Sonia's Bistro Hotel was destroyed due to floodings and wind, then the part of the building landed in the Teviot River. Passers-by captured the scene in Hawick on camera, and fortunately no one was inside the building.

How water demolished the wall of the hotel:

Due to the storm many in Britain and Ireland were left without electricity in many places, and red alarms also lit in France and Germany. The storm also caused a lot of damage in Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands. Most of the damage was reported from the UK, where many streets remained underwater due to the Ciara storm. Strong wind also showed its power in northern Austria, where residents filmed a horrific scene in nearby forest.

The heavy rainfall also had a company - strong winds blowing at 150 kph (93 mph). French weather scientists warned residents last night not to leave their homes as wind gusts could reach speeds of up to 200 kph (124 mph).

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