- Storm Eunice hit the UK on Friday, causing winds of over 160 kilometres per hour in some areas.
- The storm forced hundreds of flights and trains to be cancelled.
- Severe winds destroyed a section of the O2 music arena's roof in London.
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Storm Eunice caused winds of more than 160 km/h and destroyed part of London O2 Arena's roof
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