LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) – Hurricane-force winds and torrential rain disrupted transport networks and cut power supplies in Britain and France on Tuesday, one of the busiest travel days of the year just before Christmas, pushing the death toll to at least six people. In Britain the number of people killed in two days of storms rose to at least five after a man died trying to rescue his dog from fast-flowing waters in Devon, southwest England. A teenager died in France on Monday after a wall collapsed on him. Airports in southern England were disrupted, with some flights from Britain's busiest airport, Heathrow, cancelled or delayed.
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