Canada: Four dead and 900,000 households without power due to severe weather

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Canadian authorities announced on Saturday that four people had died in the eastern part of the country, where severe storms broke out, which also caused power outages to 900,000 households in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

Ontario police tweeted that three people had been killed and many injured in the spring storms.

A man has been killed after a tree fell in Brad County, south of Toronto. In the same area, a few minutes later, a 70-year-old woman was also crushed by a tree. Farther north, in the federal capital, Ottawa, a man has died as a result of bad weather. Local police did not provide details.

A boat capsized due to a storm that drowned a woman in the river that separates Ottawa from the suburb of Gatineau in Quebec, according to information from the local police, broadcast by Radio-Canada.

Nearly 900,000 households were without power last Saturday night in eastern Canada, some 340,000 in Ontario and some 535,000 in Quebec, two local power companies, Hydro One and Hydro-Québec, said.

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