Hurricane Fiona Rips Apart Canada’s East Coast

Hurricane Fiona Rips Apart Canada's East Coast


A tree collapsed onto a home in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Saturday, September 24.

A tree collapsed onto a home in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Saturday, September 24.
Photo: Darren Calabrese /The Canadian Press (AP)

Shocking eyewitness accounts of Fiona’s damage spread around social media this weekend, as residents observed downed trees, destroyed buildings, and damaging floodwaters.

“I’m seeing homes in the ocean,” René J. Roy, who lives in Channel-Port Aux Basques and is an editor at local news outlet Wreckhouse Press, told USA Today. “I’m seeing rubble floating all over the place. It’s complete and utter destruction. There’s an apartment that is gone, that is literally just rubble.”



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