11-Year-Old Girl Killed in Powerful Northeast Thunderstorm

11-Year-Old Girl Killed in Powerful Northeast Thunderstorm

11-Year-Old Girl Killed in Powerful Northeast Thunderstorm

By daybreak, more than 370,000 residents were without power in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, down from more than 600,000 on Tuesday night.

More rain is expected over the next few days, with potential flooding through Saturday. Police in Newburg said the girl and her mother had arrived home and were unloading the auto when strong winds knocked the tree onto the vehicle.

He deployed 125 members of the National Guard to help remove toppled trees and debris, fix downed power lines and assist with traffic control across the state. Fallen trees blocking the roads forced rescuers to use a boat to reach the man, who had died before they could arrive, Fox News reported.

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An 11-year-old girl was killed on Tuesday afternoon when strong winds caused a tree to fall on a parked auto in Newburgh, New York, the Daily Freeman newspaper in Kingston, N.Y., reported.

In Connecticut, a man was killed when a tree fell on his truck, according to Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton.

The Brookfield Police Department said on its Facebook page that First Selectman Steve Dunn had "declared a town disaster". Her 3-year-old child who was also in the vehicle was not hurt.

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There were multiple reports of high water throughout Maryland, especially in Frederick and Montgomery counties, the Maryland State Highway Administration said.

A National Weather Service team will be traveling to Sullivan, New York, on Wednesday, where a possible tornado was reported.

There were almost 50 reports of hail in states including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and CT, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.

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"There is still a lot of damage from the storms that rolled across the region yesterday", The National Weather Service in NY said in a tweet Wednesday.

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