The remnants of Hurricane Dorian battered southern Nova Scotia as the downgraded but still dangerous storm left 300,000 people without power, felled trees and dramatically brought down a construction crane in the downtown of the port city of Halifax. According to the article from the freightwaves.com and its author Nate Tabak, Canada Correspondent
The core of the storm, now classified as a “very intense post-tropical system” by the Canadian Hurricane Centre sat just south of Halifax as of 7:15 eastern time on Sept, 7. Authorities expected Dorian to move north during the evening. So far there were no reports of injuries. Tabak also wrote in his article.
Police advised motorists to stay off the roads if possible. Up-to-date information about Dorian and traffic conditions are also available on the FreightWaves SONAR platform. According to Tabak.
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Hurricane Dorian as seen headed toward Canada’s Atlantic coast on the FreightWaves SONAR platform at 2:55 p.m. EST on Sept. 7.