Transcript for Deadly winter storm wreaks havoc for millions
We move on to the storm and the bitter blast under way. Freesh lake-effect snow in Erie, Pennsylvania today. Take a look at that causing this multi-vehicle accident on I-90. The Cleveland skyline hidden. The forecast in a moment. But first Kaylee Hartung on what this storm has left behind. Reporter: Tonight, lake effect snow pounding parts of the great Lakes after that deadly winter storm wreaked havoc for millions. At least 2 people killed, more than 1,300 flights cancelled, and hundreds of miles of highways closed as that massive storm kicked up high winds and cars flipping over on icy roads. In Erie, Pennsylvania, dangerous road conditions leading to a chain reaction crash involving move than a dozen semi trucks. Several people seriously injured in this 15-car pileup in new York City. Police believe icy road conditions, causing the crash. Officials in Minnesota say they've responded to more than 600 crashes since Friday. The storm dumping more than a foot of snow there. In Michigan, heavy snow burying cars, forcing drivers to shovel their way out. I shoveled for -- probably took me about two hours. Reporter: And take a look at this video from Massachusetts. First responders carefully trying to rescue this terrified dog from a frozen pond. Tom, with all the melting snow and this artic blast sweeping in, officials are warning to watch for icy roads in the morning. Tom?
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