An insurance company employee checks the damage to a car after a partially burnt building collapsed due to strong winds in Northeast Washington, DC, on March 2, 2018. AFP / NICHOLAS KAMM
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More than 1.5 million customers remained without power throughout the Eastern United States Sunday, and communities on the New England coast faced more flooding two days after a powerful storm snapped trees, downed wires and killed at least nine people.The storm carried hurricane-force winds in excess of 145 kph, sending seawater churning into streets in Boston and nearby shore towns – the second time the area has been flooded this year.Private forecasting service AccuWeather said the storm dumped as much as 46 centimeters of snow on parts of New York state and Pennsylvania.The storm also snarled transportation from the Middle Atlantic into New England, with over a quarter of flights into and out of New York's three major airports and Boston's airport canceled Friday, tracking service FlightAware.com reported.
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