Cutting branches hanging on a power line after 1998 ice storm in Canton
Niagara Mohawk worker cutting branches tangled in wire during the ice storm of January 1998. At the Judd’s Farm outside Canton. The ice storm blacked out a region from northern New York across southeastern Ontario and Quebec (as far north as Montreal), and across northern New England. Power outages lasted as long as 3 weeks in some areas. January 1998. Canton, NY.
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