Brits STILL warned don’t travel after fallen trees
BRITS are still being warned not to travel today as fallen trees and debris from killer Storm Eunice continue to cause chaos.
Another “do not travel” notice has been issued across a swathe of rail networks this morning after Eunice sparked widespread travel disruption on Friday.
Millions of people were urged to stay at home yesterday as one of the worst storms in a generation slammed into the UK and brought record-breaking 122mph gusts of wind.
The treacherous conditions led to travel turmoil, flight cancellations, power cuts and police forces being inundated with calls.
Train networks were plagued by flying debris – and there was extensive damage to buildings and homes.
Transport woes meant many Brits were unable to travel – and National Rail said “routes across most of Great Britain” still remain affected this morning.
Many routes are not expected not to reopen until at least this afternoon as the massive clean-up effort begins.