MACGREGOR, Man. - A Manitoba town has pulled together to vote after a fire knocked out power to a polling station on election night.
An official involved with reporting results says a farm implement snagged an overhead power line in the town of MacGregor.
That caused a house fire, which knocked out power to buildings, including the town's polling station.
A plumber has provided a generator to the station, while businesses have chipped in with lamps and food.
Officials say voting hours for the station may be extended.