Fallen trees lie in front of a car after heavy rainfalls and thunderstorm in Dortmund June 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
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At least five people were killed in violent storms that swept Germany's most populous state late on Monday, felling trees, disrupting public transport and leaving some roads impassable.After a scorchingly hot three-day holiday weekend, thunderstorms, strong winds and heavy rain pounded the western state of North-Rhine Westphalia, causing Germany's third-largest airport in Duesseldorf to close for about an hour.Fallen trees blocked some streets in Duesseldorf, where trams and underground trains were also stopped due to damaged overhead lines.
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