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Toronto. Blackout. December 22-28, 2013.

 

 

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At the height of the storm over 300,000 Toronto Hydro customers had no electricity or heating. The City of Toronto simultaneously opened and operated 13 community reception centers and 13 Toronto police facility community warming centers, providing temporary sleeping accommodation, food, water, hygiene kits and other resources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The warming centers operated 24 hours a day, offering those without electricity a warm place to sleep and eat until their power was restored.By 24 December, four days after the storm, 69,800 customers throughout the city were still without electricity. Approximately 1,000 people spent Christmas Eve in the warming centers.

 

On 29 December, Hydro One diverted its crews to assist Toronto Hydro to help restore power to over 6,000 people in the city who were still without power. In addition to Hydro One, crews were called in from Ottawa, Windsor and Michigan and Manitoba to help restore power to the city by the New Year. West of Toronto, crews were called in from Goderich, Niagara, Tilsonburg, St. Thomas, Essex, Guelph, Haldimand and Oakville.

(Text from WIKI)

 

 

 



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