Northeasterners Experience 4th Day Without Power Following October Snowstorm

Posted on November 2, 2011

There are still about 1 million Northeastern homes and businesses without power four days following the monster snowstorm that downed trees and powerlines. Many of the trees still had their leaves because the storm hit so early in the winter season. This made them more susceptible to the heavy snow that fell. The storm has killed 15 people. Some of the deaths are from carbon monoxide poisoning from people improperly using gas generators and propane stoves. The lack of power is starting to make many Northeast residents very frustrated. Take a look:



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