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February 13, 1988 | BOB SECTER, Times Staff Writer
The cold snows of winter overwhelmed the hot air of politics Friday as the worst blizzard in a decade dumped up to 2 feet of snow on parts of New England, paralyzing air and ground traffic and adding to a mounting toll of weather-related misery. The storm, blamed for at least 20 deaths as it swept from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes and up to Canada, forced snowbound candidates in Tuesday's crucial New Hampshire primary to improvise on their schedules.
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July 25, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Violent storms destroyed several homes, damaged about 100 others and killed a woman Thursday in a 25-mile stretch of central New Hampshire, authorities said. About a dozen people were hurt, Gov. John Lynch said at a news conference. He declared an emergency in five counties and called up the National Guard. Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in the area today, he said. "It appears that there are at least 100 homes damaged and probably at least a half-dozen homes which have been completely destroyed," Lynch said after a helicopter tour.
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July 25, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Violent storms destroyed several homes, damaged about 100 others and killed a woman Thursday in a 25-mile stretch of central New Hampshire, authorities said. About a dozen people were hurt, Gov. John Lynch said at a news conference. He declared an emergency in five counties and called up the National Guard. Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in the area today, he said. "It appears that there are at least 100 homes damaged and probably at least a half-dozen homes which have been completely destroyed," Lynch said after a helicopter tour.
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February 13, 1988 | BOB SECTER, Times Staff Writer
The cold snows of winter overwhelmed the hot air of politics Friday as the worst blizzard in a decade dumped up to 2 feet of snow on parts of New England, paralyzing air and ground traffic and adding to a mounting toll of weather-related misery. The storm, blamed for at least 20 deaths as it swept from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes and up to Canada, forced snowbound candidates in Tuesday's crucial New Hampshire primary to improvise on their schedules.
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