Fiona sweeps away houses and knocks out electricity in eastern Canada
According to the details, Hurricane Fiona caused widespread destruction in the eastern coastal regions of Canada.
According to the report of a foreign news agency, the coastal areas of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland were severely affected by the hurricane. Not only that, the intensity of the storm was so great that millions of people lost electricity, and houses were flooded due to flooding. And the cars were swept away in the water.
Heavy rains accompanied by winds of 195 kmph caused heavy damage to trees, houses, and vehicles.