Storm Eunice: beware of the viral videos
24 February 2022 | 7:35 am
Storm Eunice made landfall in Ireland and the UK this Friday, February 18. Many viral videos on social media pretend to show the impact of Storm Eunice. Even though it is a deadly storm with 16 reported dead so far, these videos belong to different climate disasters.
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