LONDON (AP) -- Fresh storms over Britain brought flooding and high winds Monday, killing two motorists in western England.
The driver was critically injured and two passengers killed near Tenbury Wells when a tree struck their car, police said.
The River Uck surged over its banks at Uckfield, about 30 miles south of London, for the second time in three weeks.
After steady rain in East Sussex, the boiler room of the Herstmonceaux Castle, a local landmark, was flooded with three feet of water, said David Izod of the East Sussex Fire Brigade.
Homes were flooded in Hampshire, southwest of London, and 100 houses were evacuated as a precaution in Dorchester, 135 miles southwest of London.
In Ireland, about 2,000 homes were without power Sunday night, the Electricity Supply Board said. Train service between Dublin and Belfast, Northern Ireland, was suspended Monday.
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