Storm aftermath keeping crews busy in Saskatchewan

Written by admin on 21/07/2019 Categories: 广州桑拿论坛

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SASKATOON – People were left without power and downed trees dotted streets after a series of severe thunderstorms passed through Saskatoon and parts of Saskatchewan overnight Thursday.

In Saskatoon, power was out in many neighbourhoods and trees could be seen on streets on the west side of the city.

Lightning from the storm may have also sparked a house fire in Saskatoon.

Electricity outages were reported in several areas of the province after the storm toppled power lines from a damaged high-voltage transmission tower.

Here are some images from the storm. If you have any to share, sent them to us at [email protected]广州桑拿论坛.

With files from

Douglas Crescent in Saskatoon

Eric Beck / Global News

Damage at Luseland airport

Lacy Sletten / 广州蒲友

Damage near Kerrobert

SaskPower / 广州蒲友

John A. Macdonald Road in Saskatoon

Jeannie Pewapisconias / 广州桑拿论坛

3600-block Diefenbaker Drive in Saskatoon

Erick Beck / Global News

St. Laurent Crescent in Saskatoon

Eric Beck / Global News

Douglas Crescent in Saskatoon

Eric Beck / Global News

Mammatus clouds near Landis

Dawn Sittler / 广州蒲友

Rain gauge in Luseland

Colin Sletten / 广州蒲友

Wind damage from storm along Railway Avenue in Unity

Hank Vlietstra / 广州蒲友

Swath of flattened crop

Hank Vlietstra / 广州蒲友

Storm damage in Luseland

Pat Eastman / 广州蒲友

John A. Macdonald Road in Saskatoon

Jeannie Pewapisconias / 广州桑拿论坛

Damaged transmission tower near Harris

SaskPower / 广州蒲友

These are just south of Saskatoon (not far from the SIR racetrack) – the lonely grain bin is actually supposed to be on the other side of the highway with the other two grain bins (one of which is over too).

Naomi Woods / Supplied

Blown over sign south of Saskatoon

Naomi Woods / Supplied

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