Kawartha Lakes residents still in the dark after wind storm Friday

     Hundreds of Kawartha Lakes residents are left without power after a windstorm downed power lines and left two people dead.
     Environment Canada says wind gusted at close to 120 kilometres per hour on Friday in the wake of a cold front that moved across southern Ontario and Quebec.
     Hydro One, Ontario's largest power utility, was reporting more than 200-thousand customers affected by outages as of yesterday morning, although the number dropped later in the day.
     Hydro One says residents in the City of Kawartha Lakes should have their power restored by Monday at 12 pm.