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Sydney AIRPLANE flies through the storm of last night as lightning and thunder strike

Terrifying moment a plane flies through the storm of Sydney as lightning and thunder strike – while a passenger shares a video aboard an aircraft

  • Aircraft fought against lightning, wind and rain during the storm in Sydney last night
  • Paul Davies and his son were aboard a turbulent aircraft that landed in the city
  • Davies shared a video of his frightening look at lightning from the plane
  • Another video showed an aircraft fighting winds up to 100 km / h while it was flying
  • The Sydney region was also hit with 60,000 lightning strikes during the storm

Terrifying images of planes flying through the storm in Sydney last night show aircraft fighting thunder, lightning, stormy wind and heavy rain.

Insurance adviser Paul Davies and his young son flew into town while winds of up to 100 km / h hit the coast during the storm that started just before 11 p.m.

Mr. Davies shared a Twitter video of his opinion aboard the turbulent plane approaching Sydney airport in the midst of the storm.

Meanwhile, another video showed an airplane flying as the lightning lit up the night sky – while 60,000 lightning strikes struck the Sydney region at night.

Insurance advisor Paul Davies and his young son flew into town while winds of up to 100 km / h hit the shore during the storm that started just before 11 p.m. on Monday

Insurance advisor Paul Davies and his young son flew into town while winds of up to 100 km / h hit the shore during the storm that started just before 11 p.m. on Monday

Another video showed an airplane flying when the lightning lit up the night sky - while 60,000 lightning strikes struck the Sydney region at night

Another video showed an airplane flying when the lightning lit up the night sky - while 60,000 lightning strikes struck the Sydney region at night

Another video showed an airplane flying when the lightning lit up the night sky – while 60,000 lightning strikes struck the Sydney region at night

“The view is better here, I’d rather be on the ground than here,” Mr. Davies wrote his video.

“It wasn’t that nice and when the captain says: people in the evening, that’s the biggest light show I’ve ever seen in my career.” WTF. “

Sports journalist Brendan Bradford shot a plane flying over his house with fast lightning strikes in the background.

“An airplane flying through lightning. “The world’s hardest hard passes for me,” Mr. Bradford meant the position.

Mr Davies shared his opinion aboard the turbulent plane approaching Sydney airport in the middle of the storm in a video on Twitter

Mr Davies shared his opinion aboard the turbulent plane approaching Sydney airport in the middle of the storm in a video on Twitter

Mr. Davies shared his opinion aboard the turbulent aircraft that approached Sydney Airport in the middle of the storm in a video on Twitter

Davies said the captain of the plane frightened the passengers with his assessment of the storm

Davies said the captain of the plane frightened the passengers with his assessment of the storm

Davies said the captain of the plane frightened the passengers with his assessment of the storm

Sports journalist Brendan Bradford shot a plane flying over his house with fast lightning strikes in the background

Sports journalist Brendan Bradford shot a plane flying over his house with fast lightning strikes in the background

Sports journalist Brendan Bradford shot a plane flying over his house with fast lightning strikes in the background

Although no planes crashed during the storm, one man tragically lost his life after being hit picked up by the wind by a flying gas cylinder.

The 37-year-old walked around midnight in the historic district of The Rocks in central Sydney, when a metal gas cylinder was thrown into the air in a wind that hit 100 km / h and hit him in the head.

Horrible witnesses took him to a hotel and performed CPR before being rushed to St. Vincent’s Hospital, but he could not be saved.

About 80,000 residents of Sydney woke up without power on Wednesday morning after the huge storm, which was compared to a tornado, hit the city shortly before 11 p.m. It took about an hour before he left for the sea.

Residents remained stunned by the intensity of the electric storm that lit up the night sky with frequent and clear flashes of lightning followed by deafening thunderbolts.

“Never seen such a storm before,” said a Twitter user from the west of the city. ‘More than an hour of non-stop lightning and thunder. The power has failed. ”

Commuters were hit when a huge cleaning operation started. The North Shore Line was delayed by a fallen tree near Pymble and the Northern Line was held up by a fallen tree in Thornleigh.

A 37-year-old was walking around midnight in the historic district of The Rocks in central Sydney, when a metal gas cylinder was thrown into the air in a wind that hit 100 km / h and hit him in the head

A 37-year-old was walking around midnight in the historic district of The Rocks in central Sydney, when a metal gas cylinder was thrown into the air in a wind that hit 100 km / h and hit him in the head

A 37-year-old was walking around midnight in the historic district of The Rocks in central Sydney, when a metal gas cylinder was thrown into the air in a wind that hit 100 km / h and hit him in the head

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