July 24, 2021

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Hurricane kills one in Muscat

After 6 p.m., the city of Muscat confirmed that a person had lost his life. He was a man in his sixties, the father of three children.

The weather event, which was officially identified as hurricane by Environment Canada, occurred in the afternoon. However, the agency has not yet been able to determine the location of the landslide or the force of the wind.

The event was filmed and later shared on social media by several Internet users.

Several witnesses said the hurricane also caused significant damage. One of them was in a business when the weather event happened.

There is a lot of damage to the roofs, Hughes said in an interview with Jobin Live with Patrice Roy.

There are houses divided into two. There are branches that have entered the houses. Trees have fallen on vehicles.

An excerpt from:Hughes Jobin, a witness

I firmly believed that the shop would fly completely, He said, explaining that the hurricane had passed Front, diagonally.

To make sure I was safe, I was scared, He said, is still shaken.

He says police, firefighters and paramedics were also at the scene.

Damaged building on Semin St.-Henry in Muscat.

Photo: Radio-Canada

Other residents of Mussoorie have seen damage, including trees that are decades old.

The damage is enormous. But the people of Muscat, together, we will wake up. We have no choice, Commented John, who was upset by the massive breakdown of a property owned by his father.

Surveillance with severe thunder

Clocks with severe thunderstorms are going on in southern Quebec. Other areas of Lanadier experienced severe storm episodes just like Monterey.

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In Quebec City, the environment was monitored by Canada Creating a severe thunderstorm About an hour in the Lewis and Saint-Lambert fields.

Doppler radar shows a possible hurricane Near Saint-Lambert-de-Lawson heading northeast, Referring to the federal system in the warning given at 4:50 p.m., and then raised to 5:46 p.m.