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the east coast digging itself out Sunday after a deadly blizzard that killed at least nineteen people mostly from weather related car crashes stretching from Ohio all the way down to Arkansas we survive or New York City the storm was the second biggest in the history New York governor Andrew Cuomo lifting a travel ban issued Saturday but the state of emergency imposed by Cuomo still in play you do not need to be on the road you shouldn't be , blood consuming street along the New Jersey Shore a region hard hit in twenty twelve by superstorm sandy I typed forcing some residents to evacuate their homes , Washington DC remained at a standstill the city's transit system suspended through Sunday roads mostly deserted except for ploughs , mayor Muriel Bowser calling for four thousand volunteers to get out and help dig out above the two thousand who already signed up we're asking our the resident of the district of Columbia and were asking Pete development code today out as well , so please , just forty miles away Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake urging the opposite telling residents to stay put and relax I would just encourage people to think about this one question , they're out jogging in the street or or walking , it is worth your life they answered no they don't read a book watch a movie well that's no I stopped falling more than thirty seven hundred flights in the northeast were canceled on Sunday , seven hundred canceled on Monday , leading leading as one of the only reliable mode of transportation