Darlings Island, N.B., where the Kennebecasis River has flooded the only road into the community.
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Darlings Island, N.B., where the Kennebecasis River has flooded the only road into the community.
Some key numbers Friday from flooded New Brunswick:

306,000: Sandbags distributed so far across the province.

100: Tonnes of sand used so far.






309: Number of households (747 people) that have registered with the Red Cross to say they have evacuated their homes. There are others who have left but not registered.

5.5: Number of metres above sea level forecasted for waters in the Quispamsis-Saint John region on Saturday. Flood stage is 4.2 metres above sea level.

5.9: Number of metres above sea level forecasted for waters in the Quispamsis-Saint John region on Monday.


10,000-12,000: The number of vehicles that travel daily on a section of the Trans-Canada Highway between Fredericton and Moncton that has been closed by flooding.



$172.50: Amount of fine for driving around road barricades, according to Saint John police.



Source: The Canadian Press