Wind Causes Damage in Cottonwood Island Park
Prince George, B.C. – A storm that materialized in the Central Interior on Friday had the potential to cause some problems in Prince George. However we were fortunate when it barely skirted the city and then moved off.
The effects were felt briefly when power to about 560 customers east of Johnson Street, west of Quebec, north of Highway 16 and south of River Road was lost for a time.
And, as 250 News photographer Stan Kuzma found out, it also brought down one large tree which did some fairly substantial damage to one of the wooden bridges in Cottonwood Island Park.
Meantime the park is closed due to some low level flooding.