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  • June 30, 2014

    June 2014 storm in Brandon

    Brandon had more than 125 mm of rain over the weekend of June 27-30, leading to overland flooding. Wicked winds at up to 100 km/h swept in after the storm, knocking down trees and knocking out power.

  • Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.

    Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.

    Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Overland flooding spills over Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.

    Overland flooding spills over Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.

    Overland flooding surrounds a T33 fighter jet on display along Highway 10 and Sandison Road near the Brandon Municipal Airport on Sunday after rain fell almost non-stop throughout the weekend. The airport was closed due to the flooding.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.

    Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.

    Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.

    Fallen trees and branches line Ross Avenue in Brandon after high winds brought them down on Sunday.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Aaron Hutlet with Total Landscape Solutions moves equipment after cutting apart a large tree that fell against a home on Ross Avenue in Brandon during high winds on Sunday.

    Aaron Hutlet with Total Landscape Solutions moves equipment after cutting apart a large tree that fell against a home on Ross Avenue in Brandon during high winds on Sunday.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Shane Freeman and Aaron Hutlet with Total Landscape Solutions move equipment after cutting apart a large tree that fell against a home on Ross Avenue in Brandon during high winds on Sunday.

    Shane Freeman and Aaron Hutlet with Total Landscape Solutions move equipment after cutting apart a large tree that fell against a home on Ross Avenue in Brandon during high winds on Sunday.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

  • Water is pumped from a field on First Street south of Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School in Brandon on Sunday after excessive rainfall over the weekend.

    Water is pumped from a field on First Street south of Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School in Brandon on Sunday after excessive rainfall over the weekend.   (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

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