30,000 without power after storm

ONTARIO - Thirty thousand homes in the areas hardest hit by recent thunderstorms were without power on the weekend, according to Hydro One officials.

Enzra Cancilla, Hydro One's manager of public affairs, said the company had restored power by Sunday in the Hunstville and Bracebridge areas.

Hydro One has mobilized "all available crews" and is using forestry teams to cut through many of the trees felled by lightning June 8.

Cancilla says Hydro One also has helicopters surveying damage sites to identify which remote areas have been hardest hit.

The storm left a total 121,000 people without power in Ontario June 8 before moving on to Quebec.



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