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    Now England suffered nine deaths and several million dollars in danger as a result of yesterday's savage nor-caster.

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    car down street pan to trees and damaged house
    15 ft

    long shot rexieving emergency gas
    19 ft

    clup filling can
    22 ft

    man carries can away
    30 ft

    stranded cars
    36 ft

    car being steamed
    45 ft

    another shot same
    51 ft

    now swish------last part Toronto......to Boston boardwalk
    56 ft

    2 shots pounding surf
    70 ft

    ext. flooded theatre
    77 ft

    car stranded in H2O
    83 ft

    2 shots man sitting on stranded auto
    95 ft

    swish----to NYC

    snow covered threes
    102 ft

    falling tree
    107 ft

    long shot trees
    112 ft

    power line smouldering
    118 ft

    2 shots fallen power line
    128 ft

    man repairing power lines
    133 ft

    another shot same
    138 ft

    auto with fall is branch
    145 ft


    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Now England suffered nine deaths and several million dollars in danger as a result of yesterday's savage nor-caster.

    Up in Toronto, Canada, electric service was expected to be back to normal today following the worst power failure in that city's history. New flurries dumped another nine inches of snow there making it a bit tougher for linemen who are trying to repair damage caused by ice. Enterprising garages have no car-wash business but they are using hot stream equipment to melt snow off of frozen automobiles.

    New moon tides are always high -- but they act a 108 year record along Boston's coast line. Tons of water cascaded gracefully over the sea-wall at Revere Beach. Beautiful -- but beastly. The tides sent seven feet of water swirling into some Boston streets. Seven hundred families fled their homes in this wet kiss from winter.

    The worst ice storm in thirty years snapped trees and power lines in Western New York state. Dangerous live wires were pulled down and at least two deaths were attributed to electrocutions. The snow, sleet, and rain knocked several television and radio stations off the air in Buffalo, New York.

    And the weatherman had more sad news for this western New York area. Twenty-five mile an hour winds and as much as there inches of snow may be on the way.

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