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Storm Eunice hits Swansea Bay

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Trees down, roofs blow off and roads closed as Storm Eunice’s 100mph winds hit South Wales.

Council’s across South Wales closed schools and non-essential services as the Met Office predicted of one of the worst storms in decades to hit the UK.

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All train services across Wales were cancelled for what is believed to be the first time ever.

The Met Office reported gusts of 87mph at Mumbles Head near Swansea.

South Wales Police reported two lorries overturned on the M4 near Port Talbot in the high winds.

The roof blew off a parade of shops at Caereithin Cross in Swansea.

Traffic lights on Fabian Way near to the Amazon distribution centre collapsed along with trees and fallen branches blocking a number of roads across the region.

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Overturned lorry on the M4 near Port Talbot (Image: South Wales Police)

One Swansea resident captured a video of a falling tree narrowly missing his car parked in his driveway.

In Carmarthen, a chimney and pieces of a flat room came down from a building on King Street in the main shopping area of the town.

Do you have any images of storm damage? Email editor@swanseabaynews.com

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