Nor’easter dumps snow, knocks out more power in Sandy-hit region

Thursday, November 8th, 2012 Property

First it was Superstorm Sandy. Now a nor’easter is whipping the region, and is dumping snow and zapping power lines from Delaware to Maine. The nor’easter complicates restoration efforts days after the superstorm killed at least 111 people in the region and knocked out power to millions of customers. "Just what New Jersey needs now," said Justin Page of Montclair, about 10 miles west of Manhattan. "We have lost power where we never had before, and the winds are picking up dramatically, which is disturbing the debris left from Sandy."


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