Left: INVESTIGATION PENDING – Northwestel vice-president Curtis Shaw said this morning his company wasn’t yet sure what happened with its back-up power system that knocked out communications for the entire Yukon at around 4 a.m., but staff will find out. Centre: DWIGHT REDDEN Right: FALLEN TREE – Yukon Energy supervisor Lawrence Joudry said a tree falling on the main transmission line shut down the entire grid last night at 11:00. Power was fully restored to the grid by about 4 a.m.
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