Transcript for Life-threatening cold grips the East Coast
But the dangerous cold extends clear across to the east tonight, after a deadly storm. Planes de-iced at Chicago's o'hare. 4,500 flights canceled because of this storm. Whiteout conditions on highway 74 in graceville, Minnesota, today. And look at this in queens new York. Firefighters battling a three-alarm fire in bitterly cold temperatures today. They took turns and then headed into a warm bus before heading back out. Look at the map tonight. A new storm now is brewing in the rockies, it will then head east, as well. We have the track. ABC's Stephanie Ramos from Albany, New York, tonight. Reporter: Tonight, life-threatening wind chills and icy roads, as millions dig out from devastating storms. In the Albany area, there's more than a foot of snow. Snowplow crews have been working round the clock to clear the roads before this snow turns to dangerous ice. In queens, New York, firefighters battling this three-alarm fire in howling wind. It felt like negative 17 degrees. They're still blasting the building with water. And of course, it's freezing virtually on contact. Reporter: Three firefighters and one other person injured. Outside Philadelphia, dead batteries sidelining drivers. Can you believe it? A battery could stop your day completely. Reporter: This driver outside Boston couldn't stop Sunday, sliding down a hill. Over the weekend, the southern side of the storm spawning an ef-2 tornado in Alabama. Winds up to 130 miles an hour. This dog rescued from an icy lake outside Cincinnati. And near Chicago, a tragic accident. 12-year-old female. Cardiac arrest. Reporter: Two girls, 9 and 12 years old, digging a snow fort, and then, it collapses. The older girl did not survive. And Stephanie Ramos joins us from New York tonight. And Stephanie, I know it felt like 30 below there this weekend, and tonight, the sun is down, the winds picking up and that can only mean one thing. Reporter: Absolutely, David. There are still mren city of snow to clean up here. It is dangerously cold, and it's going down to minus 24 degrees with the wind chill. And temperatures like that, frostbite can develop in just 30 minutes. David? All right, get back indoors. Stephanie, thank you. Another breaking headline
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