Several trains, buses halted in the face of storm. 3 houses ravaged in west London as a result of gas explosion. The heavy wind is now travelling at 100 miles per hour towards Belgium with some significant damages already recorded in Brussels.
Wind travelled at over 80mph and very stormy in most part of England as earlier predicted by meteorologists Travel not advised. Several people were affected in the Monday rush hour.
Mr David Cameron the UK Prime Minister disclosed that safety of the people is the top priority of the government.
“Our Priority this morning is to ensure safety for the people. Any death and injuries are regrettable” said Mr Cameron.
Some flights, trains and buses are by 11:00 am starting their journeys.
Lashley Oladigbolu ( London)