Not Your Typical Spring Day In Cobourg

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It wasn’t your typical Spring day in Cobourg as an ice storm hit the area.

Salters and sanders did their best on area roadways and along Highway 401, but there were numerous vehicles reported in the ditch, but no reports of serious injuries.

Power was reportedly knocked out to residents in the Grafton, Cramahe and Brighton areas.

All 16 plows were out in Northumberland County trying to keep the roads safe for drivers.


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