Stranded residents of tiny Cape Breton community relying on rope, milk crate to get supplies

Stranded residents of tiny Cape Breton community relying on rope, milk crate to get supplies

Stranded residents of tiny Cape Breton community relying on rope, milk crate to get supplies In Tarbotvale, N.S., the 30-metre steel truss bridge that connected homes to the main road was washed away N.S. community uses milk crate to get supplies to stranded residents At least 13 people are stranded in Cape Breton's Victoria County after a storm pummelled the region this week with powerful winds and heavy rain. In Tarbotvale, N.S., a large section of gravel road was washed away and its 30-metre steel truss bridge drifted down the river. Barbara Longva, the local councillor for the area, said six people are unable to leave their properties on the Rear Barachois Road. "It's a huge job to try to fix this," said Longva, who lives in nearby Englishtown. "It's …
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