Hail the dimensions of softballs fell from the sky Monday as a storm ripped via central and southern Alberta.
Autos had pulled off the Queen Elizabeth II Freeway on Monday night between Calgary and Purple Deer to attend out a hail storm that had broken many vehicles.
In keeping with the RCMP, 70 automobiles had their windshields and home windows smashed out by the storm.
First responders from Innisfail had arrange a triage station for individuals who need assistance, RCMP instructed International Information.
Each north- and southbound lanes have been impacted, nevertheless there have been no street closures as of Monday at 9 p.m.
Severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect for a lot of southern and central Alberta.
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