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Arthur Destruction

124 views Dustin Fraser July 14, 2014 Prince William, NB Date shot: July 7, 2014

These are various photos showing the degree of damage left in the wake of post-tropical storm Arthur. Large swaths of trees (some 100+ years old) are now flattened in our neighborhood - damage that does not compare to any other storm I have ever seen in N.B. 100s of trees now sit uprooted and the debris from Arthur's flash floods remain. I measured just under 150 mm of rain in Prince William, N.B. and estimated the winds to have been near 120 km/h - at least (based on damage).

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