A shop owner who was crushed to death when a tree fell on his car during Storm Ciara was today named. Kenneth Macartney was driving home when the tree crashed down onto his Mercedes and killed him just before 4pm on February 9. The 58-year-old, who owns a fashion shop, was heading home from Winchester, Hampshire, and was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the nearby A33. It comes as a man who plunged to his death on a Scottish mountain during Storm Dennis was also named by police – as five people have died as a result of this week’s weather. Mr Macartney’s family – including wife Mandy and step-daughter Laura – today paid tribute to the Belfast-born man, who lived in Micheldever, a village near Winchester, saying he will be ‘sorely missed’. Kenneth Macartney (pictured) was driving home when the tree crashed down onto his Mercedes c180k and killed him just before 4pm on February 9 In a statement, his family describes him as ‘passionate’ about his family as well as football and chocolate. They said: ‘Ken was born in Belfast in 1961. He moved to England when he was 18 and pursued a career in… Read full this story
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Pictured: Shop owner 58, killed by falling tree during Storm Ciara as walker who plunged to his death during Dennis is named have 268 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at February 18, 2020. This is cached page on VietMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.