Hundreds of thousands of people have lost power in parts of the country's eastern half as high winds persist into their second day.
Toppled trees and fallen branches took out power lines across the region Sunday and Monday as winds gusted to 60 mph or higher.
The wind pushed chunks of Lake Erie ice onto land in New York and Ontario. Some coastal residents were urged to evacuate.
Wind gusts of 74 mph - hurricane strength - were reported in Tucker County, West Virginia, and Niagara Falls, New York.
In Sandusky, Ohio, a motorist captured video of a tractor-trailer flipping over on a bridge .
Wind advisories and warnings are in effect through Monday in the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
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