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>> A deadly winter storm pummeling New England Monday. Two people died in Massachusetts, both struck by snow plows in separate incidents, as workers cleaned up as much as two feet of snow. Governor Charlie Baker sending a stern warning.>> Don't crowd the plows. Allow the personnel and the equipment to keep on doing the work they're doing to keep the roads clear.
>> Hundreds of crashes were reported across the region, and close to 1,000 flights were canceled. Trees and power lines came crashing down as the storm packed winds of up to 55 miles per hour. Blizzard warnings remain in effect for Maine's coastal regions. The town of Rockport preparing for possible flooding.
>> We have several streets that have been known to flood, and are prone to flooding. So we have protocols in place, we'll close those off, and we'll start monitoring.>> Even as the storm weakens, officials are warning of dangerous whiteout conditions caused by blowing snow.