UK House partially collapses and fallen tree blocks Metrolink line in high winds last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- The inclement weather has caused disruption across Greater Manchester
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A house partially collapsed and a fallen tree blocked a Metrolink line as dramatic weather battered Greater Manchester. Gusts of up to 40 mph were recorded in the region during the Bank Holiday Monday washout. Video footage shared with the Manchester Evening News showed a trampoline blowing over during a strong gust in Oldham. Twitter user Oldham Weather shared pictures of the scene in his garden. Bricks were left across the street after falling from a house in Ashton-under-Lyne. Firefighters rushed to Union Street and used an aerial appliance to make the house safe. Tameside Council said the road was closed at the junction of Alexandra Road, due to a 'partial house collapse'. Sign up to the free MEN email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your inbox with the free MEN newsletter You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here The weather has also caused problems on the Metrolink, with passengers being warned of disruption after a fallen tree blocked a line. Services between the Newton Heath and Moston and Westwood stops are affected.
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. The fallen tree is also causing minor delays on the same line in the city centre.
Firefighters used an aerial appliance
Trams in both directions between Deansgate-Castlefield and East Didsbury are affected. In a statement, TfGM said: "Due to a fallen tree blocking the track, there are no services operating between Newton Heath & Moston and Westwood. "Tickets and passes are being accepted on the 59, 81, 83, 181, 182 and 184 bus service, also with Northern Rail between Rochdale and Victoria, in both directions.
The strong winds knocked over a trampoline in a garden in Oldham
"We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to your journey today." The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for wind in some areas of the country, but this does not cover Greater Manchester. It applies to the Midlands, Wales, and the South East and South West and lasts until tomorrow morning.
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