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trunk landed on the fence. He has called his insurance company and will spend
We actually have to have a crew drive around, find that limb that's broken off, clear it, make sure it's safe and then we can re energize," he said.
Hyde's wife came into the kitchen for coffee when she noticed their fence twisted and sprawled onto the street. Hyde, a former landscaper, said his fence posts were about three feet deep into the ground.
Meanwhile Reebok Light Up Sneakers residents near Kerrobert bunkered down as high winds snapped power lines and crumpled farmer's bins.
Residents in Luseland and Macklin were pelted with pea and golf ball sized hail respectively, causing damage to homes, denting cars and breaking glass, branches and trees.
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"It just started hailing a little bit and then it started dumping on us big time. I tried to go outside to move some equipment and I couldn't do it getting pelted by big ping pong sized bits of hail," he said.
Severe thunderstorm warnings and watches covered areas around the Battlefords, Kindersley, Warman, Martenville, Saskatoon, Outlook, Humboldt, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Shaunavon and Assiniboia.
Director Trevor Bell said about half the city had the power go out at one point or another during Thursday night's storm.
Bell said that during an outage, Saskatoon Light and Power provides as much information as it can through updates off the city website, Twitter, Facebook and by phone.
thing I saw was a power pole that was snapped right in half and hanging there. You know, the wires were kind of holding it up," Hank Vlietstra said.
"It was so short and so isolated; I couldn't tell if it was either a twister or a plow wind because it came down bang and then it was gone," Hyde recalled, adding none of his neighbourhoods had much damage.
Most of the outages were caused by branches falling onto lines, an issue Bell said is often time consuming for repair crews.
Across the street, a car had been turned about 180 degrees.
and half of it broke up and landed against the house and the fence," he said.
Storms rip through central Saskatchewan
Luckily, Hyde's house damage is not that bad because the
Saskatoon Light and Power is reminding people where they can get updates after a big storm knocked out electrical service to several neighbourhoods.
"Oh my tree is against my house. It's a pretty tall tree. It is about 30 feet Saucony Hiking Shoes
Eric Christiansen was working near when he took shelter in his car.
There were two to three waves of thunderstorms, according to Environment Canada. There is no confirmation of any tornadoes because the weather service believes it was straight line winds that caused the damage that snapped power poles.
most his day cleaning his yard.
Some eastern and central Saskatchewan residents had to take cover Thursday evening as thunderstorms rolled across the province.
Tree on David Hyde's home in Saskatoon on July 18, 2014. Submitted by David Hyde.
of our roughnecks went outside to go help our rig manager set up a trailer, came back arms all bloody."
The highest wind gust recorded at a Saskatchewan weather station was 83 kilometres per hour but Environment Canada said wind gusts up to 100 km/h were possible. the Saskatoon fire department responded to a roof fire at a home at 1918 20th Street. The attic and eves had caught fire thanks to lightning. All three occupants of the home got out safely and crews were able to extinguish the fire.
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