CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — P.E.I. residents are cleansing up after post-tropical storm Fiona swept by the province Sept. 24 and precipitated intensive injury.
Bushes downed energy traces and left many roads blocked as winds reaching 170 km/h battered the province.
As of the morning of Sept. 24, it was unclear how lengthy it might take crews to clear roadways and streets.
Many P.E.I. residents awakened Sept. 24 to seek out timber down of their yards.
Downed timber weren’t the one downside after Fiona with many utility poles snapped through the storm.
A storm surge, heavy rains and excessive waves precipitated flooding in some elements of the province with areas alongside the north shore taking a beating.
Many buildings across the province did not escape the storm unscathed with sturdy winds inflicting intensive injury.
The extent of the injury throughout the province has but to be assessed.
We’ll have extra info from emergency and utility officers as soon as it turns into out there.