Five tourists injured as storm rips off Faro Airport roof in Portugal
Five holidaymakers have been injured and flights severely disrupted after a ceiling collapsed at the check-in area of Faro Airport in Portugal.
A fierce storm ripped off part of the airport roof, leaving one Brazilian tourist with a fractured skull and other broken bones.
Flights were cancelled following the incident, and after the control tower's windows were blown out.
British passenger John Dikken told The Sun: 'It looked like a plane flying very low. I was so scared - and then glad to be alive.'
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