The Canadian Press

2000-07-04 | Sask Rainstorm

Preview Clip

A pounding rainstorm laid waste to many of the fields around Vanguard, Saskatchewan. The town, about 190 kilometers southwest of Regina, was pelted by about 300 millimeters of rain in just 10 hours. That's more than it normally gets in one year. Canadian Press reporter Craig Wong described the scene. (Premier Roy Romanow said the village was in a "state of disaster" and that the province would do what it could to help affected residents.)

Date: 2000-07-04
Placeline: VANGUARD, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 11 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the field surrounding the town are going to be just wiped out after the water received but right now it looks like it's a large brown muddy moat surrounding the town of Vanguard >>