Video storm Eunice breaks the roof of London’s famous O2 arena

A video released on Twitter on Friday shows torn areas of the roof of London’s O2 Music Hall spreading damage.

O2 gave way to the roofPhoto: Twitter

The cover is made of PTFE coated fiberglass cloth, which is a durable and weather-resistant plastic that can withstand winds of up to 100 mph.

Also, as Hurricane Eunice hits Britain, fears are growing that the entire roof of the iconic structure could be compromised by wind speeds.

Arena O2 It has 20,000 seats and is the 2nd largest indoor arena in the UK after Manchester, and the largest in Europe.

Arena O2 is popular in London with concerts by Rihanna, Led Zeppelin, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, Kylie Minogue, Simply Red and Muse.

UK Meteorological Service (Meteorological Office) Eunice has issued a second red code for the stormThe strongest storm in the last three decades has hit the London region, southeast and east of the country, advising people not to leave their homes, the BBC writes.

Meteorologists have warned that Hurricane Eunice could reach 145 kilometers per hour on Friday, causing significant disruptions and power outages.

Three people have been killed in severe storms On Thursday, it hit several European countries, including Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands. According to the AFP, Poland has been badly affected, with hundreds of homes damaged.

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