June 20, 2001 by Canadian Underwriter
A tornado struck Quebec’s Lac-St-Jean area last night, causing damage to approximately 15 houses without any personal injuries resulting. St-Gedeon, which is located north of Quebec City, is reported to having suffered the most damage with downed power poles and trees. Hydro-Quebec says about 900 of its consumers lost power last night. The electricity was expected to be back up and running by today.