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The summit of Mont Tremblant
Province du Quebec

A panoramic view from the Mont Tremblant

At the Parc du Mont-Tremblant, the belvedere located on the top of the mountain gives us an impressive 360 degree panoramic view of the whole region and the big storm advancing over the Tremblant Lake.

Later that saturday, the storm killed a mother and her 9-years-old son in Temiscouta region, eastern Quebec. Their car plunged into a lake and was swept away when a section of the road was washed-out by flash floods.

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送信日: 29/11/2008
更新日: 10/11/2012
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