Nor'easter downpours cause blackouts across 11 states

Nearly 1 million people in the Northeast are without power after two powerful storms pummeled the region in less than a week.
1:04 | 03/08/18

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The storm left hundreds of thousands without power across the northeast, many of them in L larchmont. ABC's linsey Davis is there now. Reporter: Good morning, robin, what a mess out here this morning. This damage is actually left over from last Friday's nor'easter. Take a look. From the sky, you can tell how extensive the problem is. Here you go. You have these trees that have knocked down power lines. This is one of those blocks where it's so extensive, problematic, they never regained their pow you are. Nearly a million customers in 11 states in the northeast this morning are in the dark. People on this block were initially told they would get their power back on by Friday. Now they're not so sure. Here's the problem, heavy snow toppling more trees bringing down more power lines. Putnam county have travel bans in effect this morning. So the utility crews can work more efficiently to get the power back on. Linsey, thank you. The storm closing down

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