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Deadly Ice Storms Hit Central U.S.

Breaking Storm News: USA

Photo: A utility worker uses a pole to remove debris and fallen tree branches from frozen power lines following a series of ice storms in Springfield, Mo. (AP photo)

Jan 15, 2007
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The ice storms that have been blamed for at least 21 deaths continued to lash much of the country Sunday, as crews tried to restore power to hundreds of thousands and slick roads spawned accidents.
Waves of freezing rain, sleet and snow since Friday have caused at least 12 deaths in Oklahoma, six in Missouri, two in Texas and one in New York.

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