What year did hurricane hazel hit toronto?

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During the storm, winds reached 124 km/h and over 200 millimetres of rain fell in just 24 hours. Hurricane Hazel struck the Toronto area on 15-16 October 1954, with devastating results.

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Hurricane Hazel struck the Toronto area on 15-16 October 1954, with devastating results. It was Canada's worst hurricane and Toronto's worst natural disaster. During …

Hazel, the deadliest and costliest storm of the 1954 Atlantic hurricane season, reached Toronto, Ontario by the evening of October 15, 1954. It peaked as a category …

On October 16, 1954, Hurricane Hazel flooded Toronto. This was Toronto's first hurricane. The city's water capacity was already maxed out from a rainy couple of weeks …

Hurricane Hazel ripped through Toronto 62 years ago, on Oct. 15, 1954. With it came winds reaching 124 kilometres an hour and more than 200 millimetres of rain falling …

This article is about the Atlantic hurricane of 1954. For other storms with the same name, see Tropical Storm Hazel. For the Canadian politician nicknamed "Hurricane …

On October 15, 1954, the most famous hurricane in Canadian history struck Southern Ontario. Bridges and streets were washed out, homes and trailers were washed into …

Between October 5 and October 16, 1954, Hurricane Hazel formed in the tropics, tracked through the interior of the United States and across the Great Lakes where it …

Hurricane Hazel was the deadliest and costliest hurricane of the 1954 hurricane season (Figure 1) and is the strongest and only Category 4 hurricane to ever hit the …

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