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Sandy strikes in Canada too, far from storm's center

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MARK BLINCH

Power workers look at a car that was burned out in an electrical fire after a tree fell over a power line due to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Power workers look at a car that was burned out in an electrical fire after a tree fell over a power line due to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

A car is seen burned out in an electrical fire after a tree fell over a power line due to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

A car is seen burned out in an electrical fire after a tree fell over a power line due to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

Personnel stand in front of a tree that fell on a house after being toppled by winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in the east end of Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Personnel stand in front of a tree that fell on a house after being toppled by winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in the east end of Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

A view of the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

A view of the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto...more

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto woman on Monday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

A view of the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart from the high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

A view of the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart from the high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto...more

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto woman on Monday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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MARK BLINCH

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto...more

Flowers are left on the site where a woman was killed after she was hit by a flying sign that come apart due to high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Sandy in Toronto, October 30, 2012. Sandy toppled trees and power lines in the Canadian province of Ontario, leaving at least 145,000 people without power on Tuesday, including 55,000 in Toronto, the country's financial center. Strong winds whipped up debris, killing a Toronto woman on Monday. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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