The recent extreme weather conditions to plague Northern Europe has tragically taken its toll as nine people in the UK have sadly been killed in the past few days.
The sad news comes after the UK has been subjected to widespread snowfall and heavy winds since Tuesday.
According to British media reports the nine deaths were the result of bad weather across different parts of the country.
The tragic tale events sadly started when three people were killed in road traffic collision in Lincolnshire in the early hours of Tuesday morning, whilst another man also sadly died on Tuesday morning after a collision in Cambridgeshire.
Meanwhile one of the many homeless people across the country was sadly caught up in the severe weather as a man was found dead in a tent near St Swithun’s Church in Retford, Lincolnshire.
Police also confirmed on Thursday that a 75-year-old woman was found dead on a street in Leeds, in the early hours of the morning.
The heartbreaking news didn’t end there however as a 46-year-old man died following a collision between a lorry and a van in Newbury, while a 60 year old man died after falling into an icy lake in south-east London on Wednesday..
In even more tragic events to hit the nation a seven-year-old girl was sadly killed after the car she was travelling in collided with a wall in Cornwall, on Thursday afternoon.
The nine deaths has once again prompted emergency services to call on the public to avoid any unnecessary travel as weather conditions are extremely dangerous.
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