Three power poles were blown down on Winnipeg Street in Regina on Wednesday afternoon.
It happened around 4:30 p.m. on the east side of Winnipeg Street, just south of 5th Avenue.
Fire crews who were on scene said they believe wind from the storm that blew through the city took down the poles, which were a bit rotted.
Two poles came to rest on a chainlink fence, while one ended up on the CN Rail tracks.
Trains were stopped from using those tracks while the mess was being cleaned up.
SaskPower said there was a brief outage in the north end of Regina, but weren’t able to give many more details early in the evening.
The storm that hit Regina brought high winds, rain, and some small hail.
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