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The driver of a double decker bus blown over in yesterday's storms has now been released from hospital.
He was driving between Hadleigh and Sudbury in Suffolk, when he was caught out by the freak conditions.
Today one of the two passengers on board the bus has been talking about his lucky escape.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
The clean-up's now underway after yesterday's severe weather conditions.
The storms led to flooding and damage in parts of the region, as well as causing widespread travel disruption.
Thousands of commuters were unable to get to work after train services were completely suspended on every major route for much of the day.
Up to 300,000 homes across our region were also affected by power cuts.
You can see more storm pictures taken by viewers here.
It crossed the region in just four hours leaving a trail of destruction that could take days if not weeks to fix. The storm they called St Jude was fiercest across Suffolk and Essex- where gusts reached 79 miles an hour.
Trees came down, vehicles were blown over and 150,000 people were left without power.
Transport across the region was also badly hit, as many train companies- including Greater Anglia cancelled all services, leaving commuters unable to get to work.
150 thousand people across the East were left without power and rail networks were brought to a standstill today as a result of the storm.
ITV News Anglia spoke to Matt Rudling from UK Power Networks to find out just how bad it has been in the East.
Click below to see the full interview:
It's estimated that up to 300,000 homes were affected by power cuts at the height of Monday's storm although electricity has now been restored to half of those properties.
UK Power Networks said it had 750 engineers on duty - five times the usual number.
The company says: "Engineers worked through the night and new crews are continuing today, moving from job to job to repair the damage and restore power as quickly as is safely possible. We are carrying out helicopter patrols to check overhead power lines."
Suffolk Police say the Orwell Bridge has reopened after it was closed this morning as a precaution against the strong winds during the rush hour.
Last night's storm sent a willow tree crashing through the kitchen window of one woman's home in Ixworth, Suffolk.
Nicola Barwick said she had only just moved into the house as a temporary measure after her home was twice flooded.
A double-decker bus has been blown over by high winds in Suffolk, toppling off the road and into a field.
There were two passengers on board, one of whom was injured along with the driver.
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Four people have died, hundreds of thousands of homes have been left without power, after hurricane-force conditions battered Britain.
The Great Storm of 2013 has brought travel chaos to passengers, with all forms of transport hit by the hurricane-force conditions.