One Week Ago, Today, … .

Scenes Od Devastation in Dorian's Aftermath

. One week ago, today, Many in Nova Scotia awoke to the damage and devastation of Dorians wrath. More than 300,000 customers were still without power around 3 p.m. Sunday. Nova Scotia Power said 400,000 of its customers were in the dark at the peak of the storm. Dorian, which briefly reached a Category 2 hurricane Saturday afternoon but was quickly downgraded, made landfall over Nova Scotia on Saturday evening as a post-tropical cyclone, with maximum-sustained winds of 160 kilometers per hour (100 mph), weather officials said.Earlier in the day, as the outer bands of the hurricane approached Canada’s eastern shore, Nova Scotia suffered storm surge, coastal flooding and heavy rain. High winds were blamed for sending a crane crashing atop a building in downtown Halifax in the afternoon.
Here are some pictures of what Halifax looked like, after Hurricane Dorian blew through Halifax.

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