Damage being assessed as powerful storm rampages the East Coast knocking out power and leaving thousands stranded at airports

Cars-trapped-downed-power-lines Sheriffs said that 34 vehicles were trapped by the downed cables, and electricians were working to turn the power off so people could be freed

Matthew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • At least two people are killed as storms pummel the East Coast – leaving 44 people trapped under fallen power lines in Maryland and almost 1 MILLION without electricity from Georgia to Pennsylvania
  • Two people have been killed and 900,000 left without power after storms hit a swathe of the Eastern Seaboard.
  • In Westminster, just outside Baltimore, 33 adults and 14 children were trapped by power cables which were downed in fierce winds. Rescue personnel were shutting the live cables off on Monday night and freeing the entangled 34 cars caught up in the web of wires.
  • Footage shared on social media showed scenes of devastation from Atlanta, Georgia up to New York.
  • Flights across the entire eastern United States were delayed or cancelled, with some of the busiest airports in the country affected – among them Atlanta, Philadelphia, Charlotte, JFK and Newark.
  • By the end of Monday, almost 8,500 flights within, into or out of the United States had been delayed, and 1,735 canceled.

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