‘Fiona’ wreaks havoc in Canada, houses and cars washed away

Toronto: ‘Fiona’ wreaked havoc in Canada, houses and vehicles were swept away into the sea.

According to the details, Hurricane Fiona has ‘swept’ houses in Eastern Canada and swept them away to the sea, citizens’ cars were also washed away.

The storm hit the coastal areas of Sconeshoea Province, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, where millions of people lost power.

The roofs of hundreds of houses have also been blown off by this powerful post-tropical storm that came before sunrise on Saturday morning.

According to U.S. media, Fiona was the first hurricane to become a post-tropical storm late Friday, but it still had hurricane-force winds, causing heavy rain and large waves. Be too

There were no confirmed deaths or injuries in the Canadian provinces from the storm, but one person was killed, according to Reuters.

Meanwhile, Typhoon Noro has slammed into the Philippine island of Luzon, bringing torrential rains with winds of up to 150 kilometers per hour, prompting thousands of people to evacuate.

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