For the fourth consecutive day, parts of New Brunswick remain powerless.
Almost 8000 NB Power customers stayed on Wednesday at 11:30 on Wednesday, according to the online shutdown utility map.
The utility says about 300 crews from NB Power, contractors and other tools have been mobilized throughout the province in response to the thunderstorm on Saturday and Sunday, which brought the wind to more than 100 km / h.
NB Power says the storm has eliminated energy for 94,000 customers.
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Some customers have been out of power for more than 72 hours.
Dropouts are mainly the result of trees interfering with power lines, although NB Power has heard more reports of broken transverse legs, poles and dropped power lines.
"We understand that this is not an easy situation for our customers, thank you for your patience," said NB Power in his release.
NB Power Brunswickers reminds that when operating the generator, make sure it is properly ventilated and installed by an authorized electrician.
If a descending line is recorded, it will also ask people to stay at least 10 meters from the line and touch anything on the wires, including the trees.
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