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Ireland Storm Ciara: Pedestrian has lucky escape after being hit by falling tree in Dublin

14:26  09 february  2020
14:26  09 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

Dublin weather: As Storm Ciara barrels toward Ireland, Met Eireann predicts snow following two warnings for heavy rain and 110km/h gusts

  Dublin weather: As Storm Ciara barrels toward Ireland, Met Eireann predicts snow following two warnings for heavy rain and 110km/h gusts It's going to be quite a challenging few days on our shoresIt's also not looking good for the beginning of next week, because Met Eireann is warning that after the stormy conditions we can expect hail, sleet and snow in many parts of Ireland.

A Dubliner had a lucky escape earlier this evening after they were hit by a falling tree as Storm Ciara batters the city. Heavy rain and gusts of up to 110km/h have been pounding the capital, making driving and walking conditions The unfortunate pedestrian was hit by a falling tree in Crumlin.

Parts of Cumbria have been hit by strong winds and heavy rain from Storm Ciara , which has resulted in flooding. The River Kent in Kendal rose overnight and was close to reaching the top of Stramongate Bridge arches. Elsewhere in the county, some properties in the village of Shap were flooded with

The patient was treated by firefighters and paramedics after being hit by a fallen tree in Crumlin © Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter The patient was treated by firefighters and paramedics after being hit by a fallen tree in Crumlin

An unsuspecting pedestrian had a lucky escape on Saturday evening after they were hit by a falling tree as Storm Ciara batters the country. Heavy rain and gusts of up to 110km/h have been pounding parts of the country making driving and walking conditions treacherous. The unfortunate pedestrian was hit by a falling tree in Crumlin, Co. Dublin.

Firefighters and paramedics from Dolphin's Barn station raced to the patient's aid and they were treated for non-life threatening injuries, Dublin Live reports. Dublin Fire Brigade took to Twitter on Saturday evening to remind people to stay safe during the storm.

Storm Ciara: Dubliner has lucky escape after being hit by falling tree in Crumlin

  Storm Ciara: Dubliner has lucky escape after being hit by falling tree in Crumlin The patient was assisted by firefighters and paramedics from Dublin Fire BrigadeHeavy rain and gusts of up to 110km/h have been pounding the capital, making driving and walking conditions treacherous.

A fireman narrowly escapes being crushed by falling masonry after a brick wall collapsed just feet from where he was standing.

Flooding and fallen trees have been reported on roads in counties Dublin , Westmeath, Donegal, Cavan, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Clare, Waterford, Cork and Dublin Fire Brigade said a person was hit by a falling tree in Crumlin in Dublin last night and was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Waves crash over Newhaven Lighthouse on the south coast of England on February 9, 2020, as Storm Ciara swept over the country. - Britain and Ireland hunkered down Sunday for a powerful storm expected to disrupt air, rail and sea links, cancel sports events, cut electrical power and damage property. With howling winds and driving rain, forecasters said Ciara would also hit France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. (Photo by GLYN KIRK / AFP) (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images) Waves crash over Newhaven Lighthouse on the south coast of England on February 9, 2020, as Storm Ciara swept over the country. - Britain and Ireland hunkered down Sunday for a powerful storm expected to disrupt air, rail and sea links, cancel sports events, cut electrical power and damage property. With howling winds and driving rain, forecasters said Ciara would also hit France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. (Photo by GLYN KIRK / AFP) (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images) They said: "Firefighter/Paramedics from Dolphin’s Barn have treated a patient for non-life threatening injuries in Crumlin after they were hit by an falling tree. #StormCiara is making herself known across the city. "Take care if you are out and about. Orange warning in place from 0500." Met Eireann have warned of powerful gusts of up to 130km/h and a "significant risk of coastal flooding" tomorrow.

Watch as car engulfed in water on flooded road after Storm Ciara batters Ireland

  Watch as car engulfed in water on flooded road after Storm Ciara batters Ireland Remarkable footage of the flooded road was taken at the Malahide Estuary this morning . It comes amid chaos of power outages, flooding and landslides around Ireland after the arrival of Storm Ciara. Your browser does not support this video require(["binding"], function (binding) { binding("wcVideoPlayer", "#video_player_239e18e9-8746-480e-ac50-0850a6e889b5").all(); }); The storm hit in the early hours of this morning and brought heavy rain and 130km/h gusts in some areas. Fallen trees are also widely reported as emergency services work to deal with the chaos.

Twenty-nine-year-old dies after being hit by piece of roof in Wolverhampton as strong winds and ice There was unpredictable danger for drivers who contended with falling trees and black ice In Spalding, Lincolnshire, a driving instructor had a narrow escape when a 12-metre tree crashed down

Sam Cullingworth, actor, personal trainer and bodybuilder had a lucky escape after his canopy collapsed, he fell 2,000ft during paragliding in Turkey and was saved by a tree .

The Orange wind warning remains in place until 12pm tomorrow while a Status Yellow rainfall warning will remain in place until 3pm on Sunday afternoon. The forecaster said: “Damaging gusts are likely, as strong to gale force west to southwest winds persist, with the risk of thunder too.

People walk along the promenade as waves in break in a stormy sea alongside the lighthouse in New Brighton, north west England, on February 9, 2020, as Storm Ciara swept over the country. - Britain and Ireland hunkered down Sunday for a powerful storm expected to disrupt air, rail and sea links, cancel sports events, cut electrical power and damage property. With howling winds and driving rain, forecasters said Ciara would also hit France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP) (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images) © Getty People walk along the promenade as waves in break in a stormy sea alongside the lighthouse in New Brighton, north west England, on February 9, 2020, as Storm Ciara swept over the country. - Britain and Ireland hunkered down Sunday for a powerful storm expected to disrupt air, rail and sea links, cancel sports events, cut electrical power and damage property. With howling winds and driving rain, forecasters said Ciara would also hit France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP) (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images) “Very wet to begin with localised flooding; and whist it will brighten up with sunshine developing into the early afternoon, blustery showers will follow too. Highest temperatures will range from 9C to 11C.” Sunday night will be cold with temperatures as low as 1C and there will be frost and ice with some snow possible by Monday morning.

Seven people rushed to hospital following four car pile up on M50 during Storm Ciara

  Seven people rushed to hospital following four car pile up on M50 during Storm Ciara The incident happened on the M50 between J12 Firhouse and J13 Dundrum .The injuries have been reportedly non-life threatening.A spokesman for the Dublin Fire Brigade said: “We're currently attending a 4 car collision @M50Dublin J13 Ballinteer Southbound. Lanes are blocked but recovery has started.“Some lanes have reopened, but lane 1, hard shoulder still closed.” MORE NEWS: Coronavirus deaths surpass Sars fatalities (FOX News) Storm Ciara set to rage across entire country (Independent.

At least four people have been injured by fallen trees after gusts of up to 100mph hit the UK. Two people were airlifted to hospital in Christchurch A man suffered leg injuries from fallen tree in Ashton-under-Hill in Warwickshire. Another man escaped with minor injuries in Hensol in south Wales

Footage of a paraglider having a lucky escape after he clipped a tree which caused his lines to twist. The video, filmed over Romania on Sunday, shows the paraglider trying to avoid the tree tops but he fails Fortunately, he was able to change direction and recover, meaning he later landed safely.

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Storm Dennis is on the way! Washout weekend as yellow rain and wind warning placed on entire country .
We have just gotten rid of storm Ciara but unluckily for us, this Valentine’s Day brings the news that Storm Dennis is set to arrive. A status yellow rain and wind warning have been placed on the whole country from 3am until 8pm on Saturday, February 15, with Storm Dennis warnings in place from 2am on Saturday until 12pm on Monday.

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