Information Morning - Saint John | Feb 19, 2013 | 5:24

Valley Power Problems Partly Due To Trees

Loss of power to residences seems to happen more often in the valley than in the city. Meghan Gerrish with NB Power says the weather-blown trees are part of the problem.

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