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Storm Brendan hits Birmingham - trampoline blown onto rail tracks, hailstones lash city and roads flooded

Tamworth Herald Monday, 13 January 2020
Storm Brendan hits Birmingham - trampoline blown onto rail tracks, hailstones lash city and roads floodedThe latest weather and travel updates as Storm Brendan blows across the West Midlands.
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News video: Planes battle against crosswinds from Storm Brendan as they land at Birmingham Airport

Planes battle against crosswinds from Storm Brendan as they land at Birmingham Airport 01:08

Planes were captured rocking from side to side as they flew into Birmingham Airport in the UK on January 13. Crosswinds from Storm Brendan hit the planes creating some turbulence for the aircraft.

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