Tropical Storm Isaias slams East Coast

The storm hit several Northeastern states leaving at least four people dead and more than 3 million people without power.
2:41 | 08/05/20

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Turning now to the latest on that path of destruction from deadly tropical storm Isaias leaving more than 3 million people without power this morning. New Jersey alone with more than 1 million outages and that's where we find Stephanie Ramos with the very latest on that. Good morning, Stephanie. Amy, good morning. This is what many people in new Jersey are waking up to this morning, downed trees and branches, blocked off roads and no power after tropical storm Isaias ripped through the east coast. This morning millions waking up in the dark after Isaias raced up the east coast. The storm leaving at least six people dead in its wake including one person in Maryland when a tree fell on their car. The same thing happened to a 60-year-old man in New York. A man in rohoboth, Massachusetts, after getting trapped under a tree in front of his home. 76 near Philadelphia. I was scared. She thought she was going to drown. Images from Google Earth showing images like this one in Pennsylvania before the storm, but after the streets overwhelmed and under water and the tornado warnings in birdie county, North Carolina, a possible tornado mangling homes and flipping cars. Two were killed, 20 hurt. Tanisha Thomas was home with her daughter clinging to her in the bathtub. We made it in the bathtub, and I put my body over hers and that's when it hit. One day at a time. Did you lose everything? Everything. This day care facility's roof torn off when a possible tornado ripped through. No life-threatening injuries reported. Other possible tornadoes like this one in ocean city, new Jersey, and wind gusts causing downed trees and wild power lines and causing this church steeple to come crashing down. Oh, my god! In cape may, New Jersey, someone reported this sparking power line. This is basically a result of the storm. Power lines down causing fires. That's correct. That's correct. So you saw what can happen. The damage being assessed in the south. In North Carolina, the surge tossing boats like toys leaving them piled on top of one another in the morning. Along the areas where the storm hit hardest, coronavirus patients still filling hospitals. To say this is not an easy endeavor during a pandemic would be the understatement of the day. Reporter: Wind gusts here in Bergen county, New Jersey, reached 55 miles per hour knocking down power lines like this morning there are still a million customers without power across the state. T.J.? Stephanie, thank you so much.

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