2003 September 29

Damage report: pending

Halifax media is full of the usual stories that follow a hurricane: two people killed by falling trees, a quarter of the province without power, state of emergency declared, no transit running, max wind gusts pegged at 143 km/h at the airport (which is well inland). But none mention places I'm personally familiar with.

The last I heard from my parents was at midnight last night. They'd already lost power, and now their phone seems to be out as well. But no reason to expect anything more than assorted property damage.

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