November 28, 2021

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Monster Flood in British Columbia: The Army is coming to the rescue of the disaster

Monster Flood in British Columbia: The Army is coming to the rescue of the disaster

The Canadian military will be stationed as reinforcements to help evacuate thousands of more isolated people in British Columbia after the monster and deadly flood that paralyzed the coastal province.

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Quebezer Brigitte Brothhome, who lived for 2 years in a city of 85,000 people 100 km east of Vancouver, testified that “there is no way we can get out of Silivak, nothing suitable”.

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“There is no more gas. People have taken all the food from the supermarket: no more fruits, no more vegetables, almost no meat. The tax on obtaining a cash register is two hours, ”he continued.

The British Colombian government sought help from Ottawa on Tuesday evening to deal with the turmoil caused by heavy rains over the past few days.

The roads in Abbotsford were completely submerged and many vehicles were paralyzed.

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The roads in Abbotsford were completely submerged and many vehicles were paralyzed.

Floods and landslides have isolated thousands of people, disrupted highways, railroads, freight traffic and even blocked pipelines in the Greater Vancouver area.

Experts fear the effects of these disruptions could be felt on supply chains across the country, including Quebec, as the holiday season approaches.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau traveled to Washington and promised that “there will be a federal government for clean-up and reconstruction” after these “extreme weather events”.

250 mm rainfall

The Fraser River Valley, east of Vancouver, received up to 250 mm of rain in two days last weekend.

Considering the condition of the roads and the difficulties in providing them to the flood-affected communities, the government yesterday declared a state of emergency, which will enable it to mobilize more resources on the ground.

The roads in Abbotsford were completely submerged and many vehicles were paralyzed.

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The roads in Abbotsford were completely submerged and many vehicles were paralyzed.

Prime Minister John Horgan said travel restrictions would also be imposed.

“Please do not give too much. What you need, what your neighbors need, ”said Horgan.

Boats were to be used to rescue the cows in Abbotsford on Tuesday.

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Boats were to be used to rescue the cows in Abbotsford on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister expects more deaths to be listed in the coming days. A landslide has so far claimed at least one life.

In all, about 17,775 people had to be evacuated due to the floods, while nearly 6,000 homes were under evacuation orders and more than 3,600 were on evacuation warnings.

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– Agency QMI in collaboration with Camille Payant and Raphaël Pirro