A pedestrian walks through blinding snow across the Brooklyn Bridge. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
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Street crews dug out snow-clogged roads across the U.S. Northeast Friday after a powerful blizzard, with temperatures set to plunge further during a brutal cold spell that has already killed at least 18 people. From Baltimore to Caribou, Maine, workers battled to clear snow and ice as wind chills were forecast to fall as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius in some areas after sundown, according to the National Weather Service.In the latest fatality blamed on the frigid weather, a driver slid off an icy road, killing a pedestrian, early on Friday in North Charleston, South Carolina, city officials said.
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