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After Hurricane Sandy Came The Snow
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Eight days after hurricane Sandy payed New Rochelle a visit, another storm moved up the Atlantic coast and left as much as thirteen inches of snow in the area. With thousands of customers still without power from Sandy, more were added due to the heavy weight of this snow taking down power lines and tree branches.

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Uploaded: 08/11/2012
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