NEW YORK - Cold weather and heavy snowfall leave 9 people dead in the US, along with power cuts due to strong wind.
NEW YORK – Cold weather and heavy snowfall leave 9 people dead in the US, along with power cuts due to strong wind.
The breezing cold and strong storm claimed at least nine lives across the United States during last week, and is heading towards Canada.
A flood in the southern Kentucky state killed at least 5 people, while one person died in the storm ripping through Arkansas blowing at 200 kph.
Snow and fierce storm left over 400,000 people without power in the country on Sunday as well.
More than 700 flights were canceled and nearly 11,000 flights were delayed due to harsh weather conditions.
In addition, the storm paralyzed the daily life in the south of Canada and shadowed people’s plans for Christmas holiday, also causing many to be stuck at airports from Toronto to Newfoundland.