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'Ghost ship' washes ashore in Ireland after Storm Dennis

Feb 18, 2020 - 3:29 PM

The abandoned 250-feet cargo ship MV Alta runs aground on rocks outside the village of Ballycotton near Cork, Ireland's second city, bringing an end to her months-long voyage

A handout still image take from footage released by the Irish Coast Guard on February 17, 2020 and recorded on February 16, 2020 shows the abandoned MV Alta cargo ship on the rocks off the coast of Ballycotton near Cork in Ireland. A "ghost ship" drifting without a crew for more than a year washed ashore on Ireland's south coast in high seas caused by Storm Dennis, the Republic's coast guard said on February 17. The abandoned 77-metre (250-feet) cargo ship the MV Alta ran aground on rocks outside the village of Ballycotton near Cork, Ireland's second city, bringing an end to her months-long voyage. The Alta's odyssey began in September 2018 when she became disabled in the mid-Atlantic en route from Greece to Haiti.  IRISH COAST GUARD / AFP

Storm Dennis wreaks havoc across UK, parts of France

Feb 17, 2020 - 10:52 PM

The second severe storm in a week to hit Britain brings high winds of more than 140 kilometers an hour and more than a month's worth of rain in 48 hours in some places

STORM DENNIS. A picture shows a member of the emergency services and cars on a flooded high street in Tenbury Wells in western England, on February 17, 2020, after the River Teme broke its banks and flooded amid Storm Dennis. Photo by Oli Scarff/ AFP