Canada: Emergency declared for hurricanes wreak havoc

Canada: Emergency declared for hurricanes wreak havoc

Toronto: Hurricane Fiona caused destruction everywhere after hitting the coast of Canada, as a result of which a woman was killed, while several houses were destroyed and trees were uprooted by strong winds in the Canadian province of Newfoundland. The system was disrupted.

According to foreign media, the powerful storm Fiona hit the east coast of Canada causing widespread destruction. After the storm, authorities focused on massive cleanup efforts, damage assessment and restoration of power and telecom services. is concentrated.

A 73-year-old woman died during the storm in Port aux Basques, one of the hardest-hit towns on the southwestern tip of Newfoundland, police said. is one of the largest, with just over 4,000 residents.

The historic storm hit the eastern Canadian coast with extremely strong winds, forcing residents to evacuate, uprooting trees and power lines, and reducing many homes to ‘heaps of rubble’.

The Canadian Hurricane Center estimated that Fiona was Canada’s lowest-pressure landfall on record. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the Canadian Armed Forces would be deployed to help with the cleanup. Restoration will require a major effort. Power companies have warned that it could take several days to restore power.

Due to the storm, there were heavy rains in some parts of Canada’s five coastal provinces and winds of 160 kilometers per hour. The army has been deployed for rescue and relief operations in the areas affected by the storm. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. canceled his visit to Japan after the damage caused by the typhoon. Justin Trudeau was to go to Japan to attend the funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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