Transcript for Snowstorm Wallops the Northeast
Now to the big chill in the northeast after that major snowstorm. Adrienne Bankert is in south Boston where they got nearly a foot of snow and good morning to you, Adrienne. How are you doing out there? Reporter: Yeah, Michael, it's cold outside but check this out. That foot of snow is it covering cars. You can't even see the pavement and making for a dangerous ride here in south Boston and across the northeast. This morning, over 50 million people digging out. Drivers no match for this winter storm. It's pure ice underneath the snow. Reporter: Overnight hundreds of accidents reported across the northeast. Watch this SUV in New Hampshire lose control. Slamming into a house so hard, it shook it right off the foundation, inspectors calling the home uninhabitable. Try to give it gas. Reporter: Along the east coast severe elements creating treacherous treks. Massachusetts and Connecticut roads pounded with 19 inches of snow. In West Virginia, multiple vehicles smashing into each other shutting down interstate 70 in both directions. Sadly the driver of a semi died after strong winds blew a truck off the Chesapeake bay bridge. And in Pennsylvania, slick highways causing this chain reaction crash. In New York City, buses in slow motion stuck in the slush. This U.P.S. Truck struggling to get out of the snow, the governor of New York jumping out of his car to help pull out a stranded driver. And you know it can take about an hour or more to commute in to town. We talked to locals from surrounding cities and neighborhoods. That's on a Normal day without the snow and ice on the roadway so a lot if they haven't dug out last night might want to work from home. Robin, back to you. Good idea. Be careful, Adrienne, thank you. To rob who has more on the
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