The Canadian Press

2008-09-07 | Weather Atl Hanna

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New Brunswick bore the brunt of the remnants of tropical storm Hanna September 7th as the storm rolled along the coasts of the Bay of Fundy. Southwestern areas of the province were drenched with more than 140 millimeters of rain. Sergeant Robert Buck, a spokesman for the Saint John police, said city streets were like rivers. (There was also flooding on the streets of Prince Edward Island as well as heavy rainfall in Cape Breton.)

Date: 2008-09-07
Placeline: SAINT JOHN, New Brunswick.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I mean there's a lot of water coming down a lot a lot of running water and also that that's what did the damage I just call her toes and driveways that are washed away and locked almond Road there's a section out there this guy was just hanging at the side of the roads are washed away >>