Trees begin coming down as Storm Eunice arrives

Image courtesy Jennifer Chung

Strong winds are now moving into London and the south east with disruption emerging in a number of areas.

The o2 has seen roof material stripped away.

Courtesy Natasha Start Wheatley

Trees have come down in numerous areas in including Eltham, Crayford and Dartford.

In Elephant and Castle scaffolding has come down on Walworth Road.

Cladding has been stripped off the Trinity Laban centre in Deptford.

A red warning is in force this afternoon from the Met Office. TfL have advised people not to travel. Southeastern have a limited timetable in operation. As of 4pm, the DLR is suspended between Stratford and Canary Wharf.

UPDATE: Southeastern state six trees have come down in 25 minutes and are blocking tracks. ALL services are now halted.

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One thought on “Trees begin coming down as Storm Eunice arrives

  • February 18, 2022 at 11:23 pm
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    Thank you for the updated John.

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