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Hydro poles replaced despite deepfreeze

The recent cold spell hasn’t slowed down BC Hydro crews, who worked downtown Wednesday replacing an old pole. Overnight temperatures dipped to -29.5°C in town Tuesday and a bone-chilling -39°C at Puntzi Mountain overnight Wednesday. - Angie Mindus photo
The recent cold spell hasn’t slowed down BC Hydro crews, who worked downtown Wednesday replacing an old pole. Overnight temperatures dipped to -29.5°C in town Tuesday and a bone-chilling -39°C at Puntzi Mountain overnight Wednesday.
— image credit: Angie Mindus photo

Angie Mindus photo

 

The recent cold spell hasn’t slowed down BC Hydro crews, who worked downtown Wednesday replacing an old pole. Overnight temperatures dipped to -29.5°C in town Tuesday and a bone-chilling -39°C at Puntzi Mountain overnight Wednesday.

 

 

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