Ontario racing to restore electricity for thousands after deadly, powerful storm

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Crews in southern Ontario are working to restore power for thousands of people, after Saturday’s sudden and severe thunderstorm that killed at least 10 people.

The cleanup is underway as people begin to survey the extent of the damage, which includes downed trees, branches, poles, and power lines – impacting massive areas of the electrical grid.

Mike Drolet looks at how long it might take for people to get their electricity back, and the rare weather phenomenon that allowed to storm to cause so much damage.

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