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VALE, N.C. (AP) — People from the Dakotas to North Carolina were dealing with the aftermath of a massive storm that roared across the country, unleashing dozens of tornadoes, rain, flooding and eventually snow to some places, leaving behind plenty of destruction.
Heavy snow and strong winds battered the Dakotas for a second day Wednesday, with visibility reduced by blowing snow and roadways covered by ice, snow and slush.
"It's not good to be out here for anybody," Highway Patrol Capt. Eric Pederson said. "It's just tough going anywhere."
Conditions were improving early Thursday and fall-like weather was expected to return later this week, as the front that brought the wild ride makes its way off the East Coast.
In North Carolina, Yolanda Corona prayed she wouldn't die when winds from the massive storm blew through her neighborhood
She was watching television with 10 relatives when the windows blew out of the living room. The chimney caved in. A tree plunged through the roof.
The family huddled in a back bedroom, whispering prayers, crying and holding each other. Somehow, they survived.
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