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Saturday, July 22, 2023

VIDEO: Beaver seen swimming in flood on Bedford highway

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that beaver seen swimming in flood on Bedford highway.

In the trending video, a beaver is seen swimming in pool on the highway. Thunderstorms brought rainfall in excess of 30, 40 and 50 millimetres per hour, flooding parts of Nova Scotia Friday.

The slow-moving severe weather hammered many communities from near Port Mouton to Fall River with several rounds of torrential rain. Flooding and flash flooding occurred in some areas as people in some communities reported rain totals of more than 100 millimetres. Official rainfall totals are not yet available.


Savage said he’s asking for people to stay home while first responders complete a clean-up around the municipality.

“We haven’t had all the reports in on whether there’s been injuries or god forbid, fatalities … but as much as possible, stay where you are now. If you need help, reach out for it.”

Premier Tim Houston also released a statement on Saturday afternoon, noting that “there is still the potential for more damage that could cause injury” as rain is expected to continue throughout the weekend.

“We want people to be safe,” he said.


Along with communities on the south shore, some suburbs in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) were hit particularly hard by the storm. Personal weather stations in the vicinity of Bedford, Timberlea and Sackville reported rainfall totals exceeding 200 millimetres in seven hours. The extreme downpour flooded basements, yards, roads and highways. An emergency alert was issued for the HRM Friday evening advising residents to stay off roads unless it was an emergency.

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