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Author Tim Stella
A powerful winter storm from the middle of the West to the east coast left one man dead, and dozens were left and affected, the government said on Sunday.
In Wisconsin, where predictions were expected for conditions of roughness and wind gusts of about 50 miles per hour to continue on Sunday night, the "chain reaction accident" resulted in the accumulation of more than 1
An accident occurred on the interstate coast near Lake Winebago killed one man and left many wounded, Christopherson said.
The hospitals in which the victims were taken confirmed that 20 people had either arrived or were on their way
and nineteen wounded were in good condition, the spokesman said.
Christopherson said that the authorities would need a few weeks to sift the scene of an accident to determine what led to the disaster.
This is "the worst conditions that I've ever seen," Christopherson said. In Minnesota, which was also hit by snow and winding winds, National Guard troops and sheriffs saved 50 remaining drivers in Fribor County on Saturday evening, according to the Minnesota Ministry of Public Security. day in Minnesota, "said Joe Kelly, director of the department on Sunday. "The best advice I can give you in order to keep you and your family safe is shelter in place."
When the storm moved east, weather forecasters measured the wind from Virginia to New York. Blasting 74 mph was recorded in Mount Mansfield, Vermont and the Niagara Falls, New York, according to the National Weather Service.
The agency says that the wind has caused "numerous" power outages in Ohio, West Pennsylvania, and western New York. 19659019] Flightaware, a flight tracking site, reported that incoming flights to Chicago were on average one hour latency.