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Deadly winter storm slams the East Coast with snow, ice and rain

CBS News Monday, 2 December 2019
A dangerous nor'easter is delivering a blast of snow, ice and rain, creating chaos on the roads from Philadelphia to New York City and across New England. The storm has killed at least seven people. Don Dahler reports.
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