For most emergency services, such as the Estevan Fire Rescue, one would expect that a winter storm would result in a flurry of activity for the crews.
However, such was not the case in Energy City's latest bout with mother nature.
"Actually it was rather uneventful, and I think by and large, a lot of people heeded the warnings of impending weather coming in, adjusting their driving speeds and preparing for the inclement weather," said Fire Chief Dale Feser.
"We did have one call on Sunday, which was down Highway 18 out by Oungre. We had a tractor-trailer that had rolled over, so crews did respond to that and assisted with patient care as well as making sure that the vehicle was isolated. Thank goodness there was no hazardous material involvement with this particular incident."
"The highways were starting to get a little treacherous at that time. Of course at that time (by Sunday afternoon), everybody was fully aware and were adjusting their driving speeds. We really didn't have anything to tend to at all," he added.
"It's very good news. It was very refreshing that everybody was very cautious during the storm."