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At least 2 dead, hundreds of thousands without power after violent storms slam Northeast

At least 2 dead, hundreds of thousands without power after violent storms slam Northeast


At least 2 dead, hundreds of thousands without power after violent storms slam Northeast.

A powerful storm system pummeled the Northeast on Tuesday with drenching rain, M&M-sized hail, and damaging winds, leaving at least two people dead and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses.

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