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January 5, 1994 | From Associated Press
The second big storm in a week blasted the East from North Carolina to Maine on Tuesday, canceling hundreds of airline flights, piling snow nearly three feet deep and leaving more than 200,000 people without electricity. "It's going to be a replay of the March blizzard of 1993. We've got problems all over the state," said West Virginia National Guard spokesman Capt. Ron Garton. West Virginia Gov.
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January 8, 1996 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN and JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A blizzard slammed into the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday, killing at least 20 people, closing airports, paralyzing businesses and bringing government to a standstill with knee-deep snow. Forecasts said the storm would leave many areas in the region buried under at least 2 feet of snow. A region from Ohio to Alabama to New York was affected by the storm, but the Washington area took the brunt, forcing Virginia and Maryland authorities to declare states of emergency and call out the National Guard.
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January 8, 1996 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN and JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A blizzard slammed into the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday, killing at least 20 people, closing airports, paralyzing businesses and bringing government to a standstill with knee-deep snow. Forecasts said the storm would leave many areas in the region buried under at least 2 feet of snow. A region from Ohio to Alabama to New York was affected by the storm, but the Washington area took the brunt, forcing Virginia and Maryland authorities to declare states of emergency and call out the National Guard.
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January 5, 1994 | From Associated Press
The second big storm in a week blasted the East from North Carolina to Maine on Tuesday, canceling hundreds of airline flights, piling snow nearly three feet deep and leaving more than 200,000 people without electricity. "It's going to be a replay of the March blizzard of 1993. We've got problems all over the state," said West Virginia National Guard spokesman Capt. Ron Garton. West Virginia Gov.
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