A store owner who had been crushed to death when a tree fell on his car during Storm Ciara was now named.
Kenneth Macartney was driving home when the tree crashed down to his Mercedes and murdered him just before 4 pm on February 9.
The 58-year-old, that possesses a style store, was going home from Winchester, Hampshire, and has been declared dead at the scene of the wreck on the local A33.
It functions as a guy who dropped to his departure on a Scottish mountain throughout Storm Dennis was also called by authorities – since five individuals have died as a consequence of this week’s climate.
Mr. Macartney’s household – like wife Mandy and step-daughter Laura – now paid tribute to the Belfast-born guy, who dwelt in Micheldever, a village nearby Winchester, stating he’ll be’sorely missed’.
In a statement, his family describes him as passionate’ about his loved ones in addition to soccer and chocolate.
‘He wed in 2000 and contains a wife Mandy and measure daughter Laura.
‘He was enthusiastic about his loved ones, dogs, soccer and chocolate and he’ll be sorely missed by everyone that knew and loved him’
Hampshire Constabulary said Mr. Macartney’s household is being encouraged by professional officers.
It functions as a guy who died in a fall in the Scottish mountain in Storm Dennis has called by authorities as Richard Armstrong.
The 42-year-old, from Cumbria, dove nearly 100ft in the road for 3278ft top Stob Ban on the south side of Glen Nevis in Lochaber on Sunday.
Police Scotland confirmed he died as a consequence of the episode which reported soon after 1 pm as Storm Dennis raged.
Mr. Armstrong was declared dead at the scene and his body has been recovered at a six-hour surgery by the Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team.
Donald Paterson, deputy leader of Lochaber MRT, stated Mr. Armstrong was using a company and direct – and were participating in a winter slopes training class.
He described the conditions as’ dreadful’.
I had been knocked over two. A number of my group were also knocked over also. There was snow, snow, hail, rain, and wind at reduced levels. It had been awful.
‘In my view, it’s suspicious that they (the advised celebration ) should happen to be outside from the weather, but finally, it’s their choice to make within the terms,’ he explained.
Inspector Isla Campbell, of Fort William Police Station, said:’Our thoughts are with all the guy’s family members and friends at the moment.
‘I would also take the chance to thank our partner services for their help.’
Stob Bàn is located at the western end of the Mamores ridge, over three kilometers north-south of Kinlochleven.
Five individuals have died due to Storm Dennis, together with the household of Yvonne Booth, that had been hauled away by floodwater near Tenbury at Worcestershire on Sunday, saying they’ve been left’ devastated’ after her body was discovered on Monday.
The 55-year-old, by the Great Barr area of Birmingham, was described as a very much loved part of our household’ at a declaration from relatives, published through authorities.
Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said it had dragged man from the River Teme in Eastham Bridge on Sunday morning, using a feminine casualty still unaccounted for as of approximately 4 pm.
A guy in his 60s also died on Sunday after being pulled in the River Tawe near Trebanos Rugby Club at Wales, however, Dyfed-Powys Police said his departure wasn’ t being connected into the lousy weather.
The bodies of two men were pulled out of rough seas off Kent on Saturday since the UK had been hit by a storm to the next weekend in a row.
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