Update: Power back on in Vanderhoof’s downtown

It is - 37 C in town this morning. With windchill, the temperatures are below - 45 C, reports Environment Canada

Update

Power was restored at 10:21 am in Vanderhoof, after many businesses downtown closed down for two hours in the morning of Jan. 15. A wire was down, as reported by BC Hydro.

The Co-op mall was closed due to the power outage in the morning.

Original story

Downtown businesses have been affected, with no power since 8:50 am on Jan., 15.

Businesses and residents living east of Lampitt Avenue, south of Connaught Street, north of first street, west of Stewart Street. The cause is under investigation.

The temperature at 9:27 a.m. is – 37 C and with wind chill, the temperatures have soared below – 45 C.

Call 1 800 BCHYDRO (1 800 224 9376) or *HYDRO (*49376) on your mobile or report it online.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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