(DUBLIN, Ireland.) #StormAli Two people have been killed and 140,000 buildings are without power electricity provider ESB as high winds buffeted Ireland on Wednesday: A mobile home was blown of a cliff in a coastal village and a body of a woman was recovered from the beach below police told CNN as many flights have been cancelled #ACeNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.19: Editor says here’s what we know so far of this storms damage: Irish police received reports that a mobile home had blown off a cliff in the coastal village of Claddaghduff in the western county of Galway. The body of a woman in her 50s was later recovered from the beach below, police told CNN: In Newry, Northern Ireland, a man in his 20s was killed by a fallen tree at the Slieve Gullion Forest Park. Another man in his 40s was taken to hospital for treatment for injuries, according to the Police Service of Northern Ireland #AceNewsDesk reports

Workmen cut fallen trees in Dublin as Storm Ali moves across Ireland.

Workmen cut fallen trees in Dublin as Storm Ali moves across Ireland

Flights to and from Dublin Airport on the east coast were badly disrupted, with the majority delayed or cancelled: #StormAli is the first storm to be named by the UK and Irish meteorological offices this season, arriving in the Irish republic early Wednesday before moving northeast to Northern Ireland, Scotland, northern England and parts of north Wales……………..Irish meteorological service Met Éirann posted satellite images Wednesday showing strong winds across Ireland.

2/2 Squally showery rain will affect many areas at first, with heavy bursts in the east. The rain will clear quickly eastwards later this morning however, with sunshine and blustery showers following behind. 14 to 17°C. Winds will ease somewhat through the afternoon.#StormAli

— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) 9:25 AM – Sep 19, 2018

The UK Met Office said Wednesday that a gust of 91 mph was confirmed at Killowen in Northern Ireland, and called for the public to remain vigilant: Amber weather warnings were in place across northern and western parts of the UK Wednesday.

CNN’s Kara Fox contributed to this report: https://cnn.it/2pnBpbm pic.twitter.com/PNmmvhcPiV

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