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Storm Katie: Power cuts in Devon and Cornwall

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Media captionBroadclyst ford in Devon flooded after Storm Katie hit overnight

More than 1,000 properties were without power across south west England and transport was disrupted in the wake of Storm Katie.

Brittany Ferries cancelled its sailings from Roscoff to Plymouth on Monday, and trains between Yeovil and Exeter were also cancelled.

The Environment Agency issued several flood warnings in Devon, and over 40 flood alerts across the South West.

Winds of 77mph were recorded at Berry Head, Devon by the Met Office.

Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said it was called to two properties in Liskeard at about 01:22 GMT on Sunday, but that the properties were now secure.

The Tamar Bridge in Cornwall was closed to high-sided vehicles but restrictions were lifted at about 02:30 BST.

Image caption A tree which fell overnight has trapped a car in Salcombe
Image caption Trees have been brought down across the South West, including on the A379 at Yealmpton

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