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Pictures show Storm Eunice's trail of destruction around West Norfolk



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After Storm Eunice raged through the country on Friday, some will be left clearing up the trail of destruction the record breaking gusts left behind.

The wind, which reached 122mph in parts of the UK, tore up trees from their roots and destroyed parts of buildings.

Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001140)
Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001140)

In pictures submitted by readers from social media, a tree can be seen ripped up from the ground in St Edmunds churchyard, Downham and Crystal Cave in Hunstanton has seen damage to it's building.

Further yellow weather warnings have been released by the met office for today and Monday, as strong winds are forecast for the area.

Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001137)
Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001137)
Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001134)
Storm Eunice tears through West Norfolk PICTURES SUBMITTED (55001134)


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