UPDATE Trees, power lines down as Arthur hits Kings County

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A tree is down on Church Street in Port Williams due to Arthur. More than 10,000 homes are without power July 5.

Thousands of Kings County residents are still without power this evening as Arthur rips through the area.

Firefighters are responding to reports of downed power lines and fallen trees as a result of the high winds.

There are currently outages in Kentville, Wolfville, Kingston and surrounding areas.

According to Nova Scotia Power, power is not expected to be restored until 11 p.m. in the following areas:

• 1,879 affected: Highbury, North Alton, South Alton, Welton Landing, Forest Home, Murphy Lake, Blue Mountain, Aldersville, Casey Corner, Canaan, Prospect, Mcgee Lake, Lake George, Lake Paul, Parker Meadows, East Dalhousie.

• 1,690 affected: Waterville, Black Rock Rd, Maple Ave west to Berwick, Grafton, Woodville, Canada Creek, Chipman Brook, Somerset, Welsford, Garland, Harbourville and adjacent side roads

• 1,269 affected: Waterville west from Thompson Rd, Prospect Rd west from Bond Rd, South Berwick, Morristown, East Aylesford, Weston, Viewmont, Burlington, west side of Harbourville and adjacent side roads

• 1,267 affected: Coldbrook to Spital Rd, English Mtn Rd, to Best Rd, South Bishop Rd, North Bishop Rd, Brooklyn St, East from North Bishop Rd, Lovett Rd, and adjacent side roads.

• 1,073 affected: East end of Waterville, Cambridge, Brooklyn St from Bligh Rd east to North Bishop Rd, Waterville Mtn Rd, Cambridge Rd (North & South) and adjacent side roads

• 1,191 affected: Meadow Terrace Subd, Hwy 1, Greenwich east to Westwood Ave, Wolfville and adjacent side streets

• 441 affected: Port Williams, Starrs Point, North Kentville

• 1,605 affected: Town of Wolfville from east Main St west to Lynnwood Dr and south to Pleasant St and adjacent side streets

• 321 affected: Lower Wolfville, Grand Pre, Hortonville, Evangeline Beach, Melanson, Walbrook Mtn, Avonport, and adjacent side streets

• 142 affected: Ridge Rd, Gasperau, Greenfield, White Rock, Sunken Lake, Black River and adjacent side roads

• 1,593 affected: Canning, Habitant, Kingsport, Medford, Delhaven, Pereau, Woodside, Blomidon, Scotts Bay, Bennets Bay, Ross Creek and adjacent side streets

• 814 affected: Centreville, Billtown, Steam Mill Village, Glenmont, Baxters Hbr, Lakeville, Halls Hbr and Sheffield Mills and surrounding areas

• 118 affected: Saxton St. east from Hwy 358, Wellington Dyke Rd, Lower Canard, Upper Canard to Middle Dyke Rd south, Hillaton, Upper Church St, Lower Church St. to north end of Starrs Point and adjacent side roads

• 479 affected: Shyway Dr east from University Ave, west end of Pleasant St, Highland Ave, Hillside Ave, Bay St, Highland Place, Fairfield St, Prospect St, Catherine Crt

• Acadia University

• 1,263 affected: Greenwood, Harmony, Central Ave, Kingswood Rd and adjacent side streets

• 1,424 affected: Kingston Center, Pineridge Ave, Bishop Mtn Rd, Bishop Mtn, Ravenwood Subdivision Including adjacent side streets

• 1,025 affected: W Kingston, Wilmot, Stronach Mtn Rd and surrounding areas

• 544 affected: East Kingston, Auburn, Aylesford, Morden, Ogilve, Victoria Harbour, Millville, Nicholsville and surrounding areas.

• 124 affected: West Greenwood, Meadowvale Rd, Messenger Rd, New PMQs, Ward Rd, Harmony Rd, Torbrook Rd and East Torbrook Rd including adjacent side streets

 

It’s estimated power will be restored by 9 p.m. in the following areas:

• 547 affected: North side of Commercial St, New Minas from Minas Warehouse Rd west to Crescent Dr and adjacent side streets

• 145 affected: Town of Kentville from Prospect Ave and Aberdeen St east to New Minas including adjacent side streets

 

Organizations: Nova Scotia Power, School St, Acadia University Kingston Center

Geographic location: Kentville, Kings, Wolfville East Kingston Southwestern Nova Scotia South Berwick Morristown Viewmont Burlington White Rock Sunken Lake Black River Avonport Scotts Bay Bennets Bay Ross Creek Steam Mill Glenmont Highbury North Alton Alton Forest Home Murphy Lake Blue Mountain Lake George Parker Meadows Cornwallis Street Dalhousie Highland Place Black Rock Canada Creek Somerset New Minas Coldbrook West Main St Main St East Mountainview Road Auburn Victoria Harbour Nicholsville West Greenwood

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  • a buch
    July 11, 2014 - 19:07

    Thanks to NS power crews on the ground working to restore power. The in less hours of work is greatly appreciated.Thanks to the many volunteers that help the residents of Kings County that were inconvenienced by "Arthur". Thanks to Kings County Council and all the none help it provided after the storm. I never once seen or heard any information from our very well paid council. The Warden and CAO were a no show in handing any information out to the people on there emergency plans or shelter information. I believe the "buck should stop at the top". Maybe they had none!! Shame on our elected officials for dropping the concerns of the emergency all on volunteers.Thanks to the firefighters and community groups for there dedication to their neighbors. A review of the counties emergency plan should be done immediately. The citizens you severe deserve a lot better.

  • Donna Haley
    July 05, 2014 - 12:26

    We live in Morden , and are surrounded by a lot of these communities. Proud to say it seemed to have skipped over us. so far! Windy but not anything out of the ordinary. Power has flicked of and on a few times. Now to see if we get it later on..Unbelievably we are fine!

  • Donna Haley
    July 05, 2014 - 12:24

    We live in Morden , and are surrounded by a lot of these communities. Proud to say it seemed to have skipped over us. so far! Windy but not anything out of the ordinary. Power has flicked of and on a few times. Now to see if we get it later on..Unbelievably we are fine!