A bus has been hit by a tree on Elstow Road and a person has been injured by a fallen tree on Bushmead Avenue.
Several other incidents have been reported as winds battered Bedford throughout the day.
Update 6:10 pm: Bushmead Road, Bromham Road, London Road and Bushmead Road all appear to have been opened.
Update 5:44 pm: Stagecoach has suspended all services, stating their first priority is “to keep our passengers and staff safe.”
In a statement to the Bedford Independent, they said: “Following one of our buses being struck by a falling tree in Bedford, we have now suspended all bus services in the area for the current time.
“Thankfully, nobody was injured but we need to take every precaution we can during this extreme spell of weather.
“Passengers are advised to keep a check on our website or social media channels for the latest service information.”
Update 5:21 pm: Bedfordshire Police have confirmed that it was a woman in her 50s who was hit by a tree on Bushmead Avenue.
She was taken to hospital with serious injuries. A child that was with her at the time was unharmed.
Update 4:40 pm: Another tree has now fallen on London Road, near Barford Avenue, blocking the way for motorists. Police are on the scene.
Earlier, BFRS issued advice for people to ‘stay indoors’ as Storm Eunice hit the Borough earlier today as they were called to clear a fallen tree blocking the road into Biddenham.
Wind gusts were expected to reach up to 63mph according to the Met Office and an amber weather warning has been issued for the area.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated as more information becomes available.