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Deadly storm Ali causes havoc in Ireland

The Age Thursday, 20 September 2018
A woman has died after high winds blew her caravan off a cliff in Ireland and a man died in Northern Ireland as storm Ali grounded flights and left more than 200,000 people without electricity.
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News video: Storm Ali Cause Wreaks Havoc on Ireland's National Ploughing Championships

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Tens of thousands of potential visitors were disappointed on September 19 when Storm Ali led to the cancellation of Ireland’s National Ploughing Championships, the “largest outdoor event in Europe,” according to organizers. Footage shows the damage caused to tents and pavilions...

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