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    Four Dead As Winter Storm Hits Northeast With 3 Feet Of Snow

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    PostThe Last Outlaw Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:23 am

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    Phil Helsel, Wilson Wong and Tim Fitzsimons of NBC News wrote:Large parts of the eastern United States woke Thursday to more than 3 feet of snow as a major winter storm hit parts of New York and Pennsylvania, led to hundreds of car accidents and is suspected in the deaths of at least four people.

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    By morning, more than 40 inches had fallen in the New York cities of Binghamton and Endicott and in Litchfield, Pennsylvania.

    More than 10 inches of snow and sleet covered New York's Central Park as of morning, surpassing the 4.8 inches that fell all last winter, the National Weather Service said. Lanes on the Henry Hudson Bridge were closed after a 19-car collision amid the storm, according to the NYPD, which urged people to stay home.

    Nearly 10,000 customers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut were without power as of Thursday morning.

    A crash on Interstate 80 in Pennsylvania's Clinton County involving dozens of vehicles killed two people, and a one-vehicle crash in Snyder County killed the driver who "lost control in snowy conditions," according to police.

    As the storm swept north Wednesday, Virginia State Police responded to approximately 200 crashes and 125 disabled or stuck vehicles. One of those crashes in Pulaski County killed a 19-year-old North Carolina man, a police spokeswoman said.

    "We're obviously asking people to stay off the roads," Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, which was forecast to get a foot or more of snow, said Wednesday.

    Boston got nearly 7 inches of snow as of Thursday morning, and lingering snow showers should taper off later in the day, said Torry Gaucher, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

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    The storm had tens of millions of Americans under winter weather alerts just as the nation deals with growing COVID-19 numbers and the start of vaccine distribution.

    "Our theme today probably ought to be: If it's not one thing, it's another," New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday morning. He declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm and closed state offices Wednesday afternoon.

    Parts of central Pennsylvania were hit hard Wednesday, with the National Weather Service in State College measuring 12.5 inches at its office by 11 p.m. and noting that the site had recorded 13.5 inches all of last winter.

    A foot of snow had been recorded in Lock Haven as of 9 p.m. Wednesday, and spotters reported 13 inches in parts of Centre County, the weather service said.

    Video posted by the emergency services of Collier Township, just west of Pittsburgh, showed a truck running directly into a response vehicle as a crew was attending to a car accident.

    "This is a reminder to please SLOW DOWN and use CAUTION not only in this weather, but ALL the time," the post said. "Two of our members were almost struck during this incident, please be careful."

    A foot or more of snow was also forecast in southern Maine and New Hampshire, the weather service said.

    CORRECTION (Dec. 17, 2020, 9:25 a.m. ET): A previous version of this article misspelled the last name of the governor of Massachusetts. He is Charlie Baker, not Barker.

    Now I'm not the biggest proponent for snow, and THIS is the reason why. I don't mind a few inches, but this is not what I... or anyone in my birthplace of New York City had in mind. In all seriousness, I know that New York and all of its surrounding areas are very resillient. I believe you all will pull through. Stay safe, and this will come to fruition!

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