While Environment Canada predicted winds of up to 100 km / h for Thursday when the storm shifted the southern coast of the BC, they ended up much worse.
Now, North Covichan / Duncan RCMP have confirmed that a woman on Vancouver Island was killed after strong winds forced the tree to its tent while it was in it.
According to police, the incident occurred around 11:25, in a wooded area near Bois Road and the Trans Canada Highway.
Officials were invited to this area and, upon their arrival, they found that the tent was occupied by a total of five people.
The woman was found dead, while the other two passengers, both men, suffered injuries.
One of them was transported by air, and the other was transferred to the hospital for treatment.
The police have announced at the moment that the file remains under investigation by North Covichan / Duncan RCMP and BC Coroners Service.
At the peak of wind speed for about 1 hour, in Sandhead, northwest of Tsavvassen, hit 121 km / h. Time forced BC Ferries to cancel all the main sailing in the Tsavvassen ferry terminal between the mainland and the island of Vancouver.
Abbotsford Airport also recorded a wind speed of over 100 km / h, from 101 km / h.
Things were even worse on Vancouver Island, where the meteorological center on Solander Island reached 133 km / h, and the island of Sartine reached 115 km / h.