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Storm Eunice: London’s O2 Arena roof rips open as winds of up to 90mph batters UK

The roof of the O2 arena has been torn open as Storm Eunice batters the UK.

Storm Eunice ripped a giant hole in the roof of the iconic London stadium as winds of up to 122mph cause chaos in the UK.

A gaping hole has been formed in the roof of the stadium, leaving the inside of the stadium uncovered.

The arena hosts concerts from the world’s top stars and elite sporting events and has a capacity to hold up to 20,000 fans.

Storm Eunice has brought major disruption to much of the UK and triggered two red weather warnings.

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