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73 calls to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service as Storm Eunice hit



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Cambridgeshire firefighters received 73 calls in three days relating to severe weather as Storm Eunice hit, including issues with power lines, buildings becoming dangerous and fallen trees, including some that posed a risk to life.

A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051632)
A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051632)

Some 57 of these came on Friday, with six on Saturday and 10 on Sunday.

The service - which had 143 calls overall during the three days - prioritised which ones required crews.

A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051634)
A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051634)

In Barrons Way, Comberton, a tree crushed a car and car port. The fire service was called but this was not one it attended.

A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051636)
A tree that fell during Storm Eunice in Barrons Way, Comberton, which crushed a car and car port. Picture: Supplied (55051636)

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