Falling trees killed at least five people, including two teenage girl scouts in Poland after a series of severe storms. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. Five people, including two teenage girl scouts, died and more than 30 were injured as a result of falling trees in a series of severe storms that hit Poland on Friday (August 11) night. The girls, 13 and 14, were crushed by falling trees while sleeping in a tent when a storm hit their campground late on Friday in the Tuchola Forest in northern Poland, according to the Regional Crisis Management Team office in Gdansk. Three other victims also died as a result of falling trees and 10 people were injured in separate incidents in Poland's north. More than 170,000 people were left without power and 800 buildings were damaged in storms that hit mostly Poland's north and west, according to the Regional Crisis Management Team in Gdansk.