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Hurricane Fiona: more than 500,000 homes without electricity in eastern Canada


After the destructive passage of Fiona in the Caribbean, the Canadian weather services have multiplied the warnings on this storm described as "historic".

More than 500,000 homes were without electricity on Saturday, September 24 on the Atlantic coast of Canada, hit by hurricane Fiona, according to the cumulative figures provided by several operators.

In the province of Nova Scotia alone, the operator Nova Scotia Power, for example, announced around 1:05 p.m. GMT of 414,163 customers without electricity, while the Canadian weather services multiplied the warnings on this storm described as “


”, which has already sown death and destruction in the Caribbean.

Source: lefigaro

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