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New aerial footage shows cyclone's trail of destruction in eastern India

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New aerial footage shows cyclone's trail of destruction in eastern India

New aerial footage shows cyclone's trail of destruction in eastern India

New aerial footage has shown the trail of destruction by Cyclone Fani in eastern India.

The video, which was filmed today (May 4) shows widespread damage to buildings and infrastructure along the coast of Odisha state.

The video shows one train station which appears to have been damaged by the cyclone.

The storm, which is one of the biggest to hit the Indian subcontinent in years, has now barrelled into Bangladesh after leaving a trail of destruction across the eastern coast of India.

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