The Canadian Press

2003-09-28 | Hurricane-Juan

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Trees were downed and there was flooding in the low lying areas of Nova Scotia's Southern Shore as Hurricane Juan blasted the area in September. The Category One storm caused blackouts throughout Halifax. Reporter Murray Brewster saw the effects first hand.

Date: 2003-09-28
Placeline: Halifax, NS, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Halifax is a horrifying mixture of flying tree branches and blinding waves of water and darkness hurricane once Furies being felt all along eastern Nova Scotia power is out throughout much of the downtown of Halifax and out into the suburbs thousands of people have been affected as the storm dumped at least eighty millimeters of rain on the city with winds gusting up to one hundred fifty kilometers an hour >>

Clip ID: 20030928CPCN001