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Cars parked along lakeshore area in west end were caked with up to 3 inches of frozen spray whipped up by hurricane-force winds yesterday. Ray Russell's frozen hair was almost a match as he measured ice on a car parked at Boulevard Club. It was believed to be worst-damaged building in Metro from storm. Gusts up to 120 km/h (72 m.p.h.) struck Metro area; the strongest gust registered in Ontario yesterday was 150 km/h (90 m.p.h.) at Trenton. Open in full size

Cars parked along lakeshore area in west end were caked with up to 3 inches of frozen spray whipped up by hurricane-force winds yesterday. Ray Russell's frozen hair was almost a match as he measured ice on a car parked at Boulevard Club. It was believed to be worst-damaged building in Metro from storm. Gusts up to 120 km/h (72 m.p.h.) struck Metro area; the strongest gust registered in Ontario yesterday was 150 km/h (90 m.p.h.) at Trenton.

Picture, 1978, English

Cars parked along lakeshore area in west end were caked with up to 3 inches of frozen spray whipped up by hurricane-force winds yesterday. Ray Russell's frozen hair was almost a match as he measured ice on a car parked at Boulevard Club. It was believed to be worst-damaged building in Metro from storm. Gusts up to 120 km/h (72 m.p.h.) struck Metro area; the strongest gust registered in Ontario yesterday was 150 km/h (90 m.p.h.) at Trenton.

Picture, 1978, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Storms - Snowstorms - 1978 - 1989

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0015564f