People clean up in the aftermath of a storm with high winds Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016, in Gap, Pa. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
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Residents and rescue crews Thursday combed through wreckage left by storms that lashed the United States from the Gulf Coast all the way up to Maine, killing at least eight people and injuring scores across several states, officials said.William Brown, 71, of Petersburg, Virginia, said he was knocked unconscious when a tree fell on his truck as he tried to escape the storm in Waverly, among the hardest-hit areas.Storm debris, downed trees and fallen power lines choked streets in the town of 2,300 people about 130 miles (210 kilometers) south of Washington.The emergency management spokesman said at least 40 people in Virginia had been injured.
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