Roof at Cork train station collapses as storm hits country [Irish Times]

Date: 18/12/2013

Eight people have been injured after high winds caused structural damage to buildings in in Cork and Co Limerick this afternoon. Three people were injured when a section of the roof at Kent Station in Cork collapsed and five people were hurt when severe winds hit the town of Kilmallock, Co Limerick.. In Cork, roofing on platforms 1 and 2 collapsed shortly after 3pm at Kent Station and landed on an unoccupied passenger train.

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