The heavy westerstorm that Thursday also pass through Belgium and passed, in Germany all eight human lives demanded. In the night from Thursday to Friday, succumbed two men from Saxony-Anhalt to their injuries.
One of the deadly victims, a 65-year-old man, fell in Halle, eight feet down from a roof that he was trying to reinforce. The other victim, a 34-year-old, was hit by a falling tree.
The trains in Germany are experiencing still troubles after the storm. The high-speed trains ICE drive back to normal in the south but in the rest of the country, there are “heavy delays,” says Deutsche Bahn. In the course of the morning to all the major cities are again accessible. In the weekend the traffic should normalize. For the first time since 2007 the German railways to decide the traffic on to suspend.
In the Netherlands, where the traffic is also shut down by the storm, trains Thursday afternoon already.