Ice storm in Canada left more than 43 thousand of objects without power supply

In the canadian province of new Brunswick due to hit the region in an ice storm four days remain without electricity more than 43 thousand objects.

Emergency crews are still unable to restore the victims because of the element of communication and apply heat in homes, offices and shops. In six cities of the province authorities introduced a state of emergency.

The head of the province Brian Gallant reported that due to the effects of an ice storm, two people died, two were hospitalized.

National weather Bureau reported that in that part of Canada dropped to 80 millimeters of precipitation. Gusts of wind reached a speed of 28 meters per second.