Storm Franklin got the better of a small fishing boat in Port-Blanc, a village in Côtes-d'Armor attached to the town of Penvénan.

The boat ran aground on Monday, February 20 due to strong winds that swept the Breton coast during the night,

reports

Actu.fr.

The boat unhooked and eventually crashed into the rocks.

Penvenan.

Storm: A fishing boat stranded in Port-Blanc https://t.co/b8U1G84cMK

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A couple drowned in the English Channel

Brittany was hit hard by the storm.

The winds reached 120 km / h in northern Finistère.

“The maximum waves reached up to 13 meters at the Pierres Noires buoy as well as at Bréhat,” said Météo Bretagne, quoted

by

Actu.fr.

In La Manche, a couple in their seventies drowned this Sunday evening.

Their car was swept away by a wave while they were driving on a submersible road and they had just alerted the emergency services.

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Hauts-de-France: Storm Franklin causes disruptions in transport and electricity distribution

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Hauts-de-France: Storm Franklin causes disruptions in transport and electricity distribution

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