Clear-up after St Jude storm

The Anglia region was hit by damaging winds and heavy rain after an Atlantic storm swept across the UK on Monday 28 October - St Jude's Day. Nearly half a million homes were left without power in the region and there was major travel disruption.

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Damaging winds bring down trees

A tree is uprooted in Billericay, Essex. Credit: ITV Anglia/Jenny Line

Trees have been falling across the Anglia region as a result of damaging winds brought about by St Jude's storm.

Winds are expected to gust at 70-80 mph later in the day.

A tree falls onto a car in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Luckily no one was injured. Credit: Sonia Woodhouse

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