Storm Katie in pictures: Fallen trees, a crumpled crane and some brave swimmers

 
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This car was crushed by a fallen tree in Brighton (Source: Getty)

Delayed flights, power cables down and fallen trees are just some of the trouble caused by Storm Katie, which brought with it winds of more than 100 mph in some parts of the UK.

More than 100 flights from Heathrow and Gatwick have been affected by the storm and tens of thousands of homes left without power.

London fire Brigade said it has dealt with more than 100 incidents, while travel across the rail network has also been disrupted on the bank holiday Monday, and many roads for drivers.

The Met Office still has an amber weather warning in place across the south east.

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