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Hundreds of homes are without power, trees have been blown over and schools have shut because of Storm Imogen.
The adverse weather conditions have brought lots of rain and gusts of winds up to 80mph.
Many households are without power as Storm Imogen takes hold. Strong winds and rain have caused problems across the region.Read the full story ›
A man has suffered minor head injuries after two trees fell onto a block of flats.Read the full story ›
Thousands of properties are still without power across Devon and Cornwall.
Crews from Western Power have been working to try and fix supplies.
Power has come back on in some homes but there are still thousands without.
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A man has been treated for head injuries after two trees fell on a block of flats in Bristol.
They crashed through the roof of the three story building on Robertson Drive in St Annes.
A man in his 40s was hit in the head and was treated at the scene. He did not have to go to hospital.
The roof of bank has blown off in North Somerset due to Storm Imogen.
The high street in Yatton was closed this morning as emergency services helped to clear debris from the roof which had fallen onto the road.
Work is underway to repair the damage caused by the strong winds.
Wind speeds of up to 80mph have been recorded in the west as Storm Imogen blasts across the region.
ITV's Kylie Pentelow lost her hat in Clevedon because of the strong winds.
Over 16 thousand homes are now without power across Cornwall and Devon after Storm Imogen batters the south west.
Western Power teams have worked all through the morning to restore supplies to hundreds of homes.
Earlier in the day four thousand homes were without power.
Some of our customers are currently experiencing power supply problems following high wind which has damaged some of our overhead power equipment.
Forward planning, following advanced Met Office weather predictions, means that our operational depots have been open from first light and we also have in place additional operational and engineering staff, and extra Contact Centre staff available to take customer calls.
Where weather has permitted, our Helicopter Unit has also been on hand to further pinpoint damage caused to our overhead network and to help speed up repairs and power restoration times.