Deadly Storm Hits Northeast

A winter storm that has left more than 600,000 customers without electricity is barreling into the Northeast today, leaving widespread damage throughout the region.

From the Associated Press:

The storm is delaying flights and turning the morning rush into the morning slush as communities brace for the worst.

On Tuesday, the storm was blamed for at least 19 deaths, and a glaze of ice and snow caused widespread power outages from the southern Plains to the East Coast. Authorities say it could a week before some communities have electricity again.

Since the storm began building on Monday, the weather had been blamed for five deaths in Texas, three in Arkansas, three in Virginia, five in Missouri, two in Oklahoma and one in Indiana.

Winter storm warnings are in effect from Texas to New England.

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2 Comments on “Deadly Storm Hits Northeast”

  1. Joe Says:

    Just wondering, there are millions of people without power in Arkansas, Kentucky Oklahoma and West Virginia due to severe winter storms. After Hurricane Katrina, people from all over the country went to help. I was wondering if anyone from Louisana has offered to help those in need in Arkansas, Kentucky , Oklahoma and West Virginia.

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