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Death toll after Ontario storm rises as crews work to restore power to 200K customers

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Eight people died during the storm on Saturday and the Canadian Press is reporting that a ninth person died in the aftermath on Sunday. The majority were struck by falling trees; although at least one person was on a boat that capsized in the Ottawa River. At the height of the storm, winds in Kitchener were gusting at about 132 kilometers an hour while at Toronto Pearson Airport, winds were blistering at 120 kilometers a hour.
1 month ago·Kitchener, Canada

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Death toll after Ontario storm rises as crews work to restore power to 200K customers

Crews continue to try and restore power to more than 200,000 customers across Ontario after a storm ripped through the province over the weekend, leaving at least nine people dead.

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