Deadly storm blasts Europe

Winds nearly 120 mph (Cat. 3 hurricane strength) cause havoc in Germany and other countries

March 1, 2008

A deadly storm slammed into Germany Saturday killing at least two people and hammering Europe with high winds and heavy rain.

The storm, named Emma by news commentators, hammered the country, felling trees and causing wind-driven accidents. Wind gusts up to 118 mph were measured in Austria.

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