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>> As the powerful north eastern storm clears on Saturday, it leaves behind a trail of damaged homes, flooded streets, and downed power lines.>> Like a tornado hit.
at's what it look like.>> At least seven people were killed, and almost 2.4 million homes and businesses had no power in the northeast, and midwest early Saturday morning, after a storm hit the region on Thursday.
A 77 year old woman was killed Friday, after a branch fell on her in Baltimore County.>> She had walked outside to get some of her mail. While she was out doing that, one of the tree branches broke off, and struck her. Ultimately killing her.>> Over in Massachusetts, the storm surges and high tides sent sea water into the streets, and the 90 miles per hour winds downed trees and power lines.
In Washington, D.C., trees damaged homes and blocked streets. The nor'easter caused cancellations and delays for over 100 flights, and forced Amtrak to temporarily cancel all services between Boston, and Washington on Friday. But the flights that were able to take off, the strong gusts made for some very uncomfortable flight landings, seen here in North Carolina.
The storm also dumped as much as 18 inches of snow on parts of New York, and Pennsylvania. As the snow and rain taper off on Saturday, wind gusts will still remain strong throughout the day, with up to 50 miles per hour, likely wreaking more havoc for the region.