Snow in Coquitlam may be responsible for cutting a tree in the city, resulting in a power outage of 4600 houses leads

BC Hydro reports that crews have been dispatched to correct the issue that was cutting power across northeast Coquitlam, including the Burke Mountain neighborhoods

In the meantime, the Port Moody Fire Department reports that several cables have been laid on White Pine Beach and that crews are on site

Environment Canada today issued a snowfall warning Many neighborhoods on the Lower Mainland, including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Mooddy, are expected to drop 2 inches this afternoon

Crews are on site at White Pine Beach with multiple wires Remember to stay at least 10 yards back and dial 9-1-1 🔥❄️🔥❄️ picTwittercom / wS3sAYGhGt

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World News – CA – Updated: Crashed tree causes power failure on April 4600 Coquitlam houses