Deadly storm Xavier wreaked havoc across northern Germany on Thursday, killing six people and forcing the capital Berlin to declare a state of emergency. The strong storm downed trees and forced all public transport across the capital to be suspended as the public was warned to stay indoors from the potentially hurricane-force winds. Passengers arriving into Berlin were told to remain on... Еще board their aircraft as the storm swept over Tegel and Schoenefeld airports and authorities temporarily suspended operations. In Hamburg, one woman was killed after a tree fell onto her car. In the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, a man died in his truck after being struck by a tree. Four other people died in their vehicles in Brandenburg state. Police in the state of Brandenburg near Berlin later said that four people had died in their vehicles. Many public transport links remained closed Thursday night and roads blocked by fallen debris.