Canadian town in Northwest Territories told to evacuate as flooding worsens

Breakaway ice waters caused floodwaters to surge near Hay River, with 4,000 residents at risk

All 4,000 inhabitants of a small town in Canada’s Northwest Territories have been ordered to evacuate as parts of the country struggle with some of the worst flooding in decades.

Chief April Martel of the Kátł’odeeche First Nation ordered her entire community to leave Hay River after breakaway ice sent floodwaters surging into the centre of the town on Wednesday.

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