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© Glenda MacPhail
Altona got hit with baseball-sized hail, leaving behind damaged roofs and smashed car windows.
A section of southern Manitoba was hit hard with hail on Friday morning.

The town of Altona, about 115 km southwest of Winnipeg, got hit with baseball-sized hail, leaving behind damaged roofs and smashed car windows.

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© Glenda MacPhail
The storm, that lasted a solid 10 minutes, produced hail the size of golf balls.
Environment Canada said they received reports of hail from toonie to golf ball and baseball-sized hail, the latter two in the vicinity of the Altona area.

Glenda MacPhail, a resident of Altona, said parking lots and streets were flooded as a result of the hail storm that lasted a solid 10 minutes.

She said multiple cars around the town were left smashed up.