Posted October 06, 2018 08:17:59 On the coast of Vancouver Island, a huge marble fall has taken place.
CBC News has learned that some residents and residents of surrounding towns were not home when the fall happened.
The snow fell overnight, and it was believed to be caused by a small earthquake.
There were reports of trees falling, and the city has been put on lockdown.
“It’s the biggest marble fall I’ve ever seen,” said resident Steve Stiles.
“We’re going to be seeing a lot of ice in the next few days.”
Residents are concerned about the impact the fall will have on the local economy, and said the city is looking into whether to move their stores and restaurants.
“The people who are living here, the residents, the businesses, all the businesses are worried about this,” said Stiles, adding that the city should do something to prevent a repeat of the snowfall.
“I’m not sure how much damage the fall is going to do.”
He added that he has been thinking about moving out of the area for months.
“That’s just the way it is.”
Residents also expressed concern about a possible quake and the possibility of landslides.
Residents of South Vancouver have been told to stay indoors and stay away from the city because of a landslide.
Residents are also worried about a large snowfall that was reported near their homes.
“Just a few inches in the area.
It was really scary,” said John Henningsen, who has lived in the neighbourhood for 40 years.
“People were really concerned about that.”
Residents in South Vancouver told CBC News that they had no idea how big the landslide was.
“All of a sudden we’re hearing about landslides and the snow falling and it’s just really crazy,” said Henniesen.
“This is our community.
It’s the lifeblood of our community.”
The city is trying to assess the situation.
“They’ve asked for the public’s help in assessing the situation and the risks of a larger snowfall,” said city spokesperson Susan Geddes.
“There are a number of things that we are looking into right now.”