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Storm Terror in the British Isles

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RUBBLE: Campbell Street in greenock was a scene of devastation yesterday morning.

Storm terror 'just like Blitz' - Shocked storm victims feared they could have died as FREAK gale-force winds battered Inverclyde on Tuesday night. Residents living in upmarket flats near the Esplanade were woken by a huge bang after part of a gable end crumbled. “We’re all so happy living here and then the building falls down.” “It all happened so quickly, from being asleep to suddenly waking up. It sounded just like the Clydebank Blitz.” Inverclyde was battered by 100mph gales throughout Tuesday night.
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