Transcript for Wintry conditions leave 2 dead, 40 injured in bus crash
But first that nasty already deadly winter storm. Millions waking up in a deep freeze this morning and the rain, snow and dangerous icy conditions are moving up the east coast. Whit Johnson starts us off there in Washington, D.C. Good morning, whit. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. It is shaping up to be a miserable morning commute. Take a look at 395 behind me in D.C. It's that awful mix of rain, sleet and the snow just starting to pick up. This will be heading up the east coast, the first widespread major winter storm of the season already having a deadly impact on the roads. This morning, the wintry conditions creating dangerous roads in Mississippi. A car losing control plowing into a bus with 50 people on board. The bus started swerving. Then it spined -- spinned around. It killed two people and injured 40 more. The streets littered with luggage and personal belongings and in Arkansas, this interstate turned into an ice rink, a mess of wrecked cars scattered across the road. This jeep losing control and nearly plunging off a bridge. Now, to give you an idea of how dynamic this storm is, here in D.C. They are under a winter weather advisory in the morning but by the afternoon it will be a flood watch. Highlighting that mix that we've been talking about. Schools in D.C. And in New York changing their hours today and flights are already canceled. Robin.
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