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Storm in western Germany kills six, disrupts transport

Cars are pictured damaged by a fallen tree in a Gelsenkirchen dealership June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Cars are pictured damaged by a fallen tree in a Gelsenkirchen dealership June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving...more

Cars are pictured damaged by a fallen tree in a Gelsenkirchen dealership June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
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Fallen trees block a car in Gelsenkirchen June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Fallen trees block a car in Gelsenkirchen June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable....more

Fallen trees block a car in Gelsenkirchen June 10, 2014. At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
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