Three confirmed dead after severe storms in the Northeast

Three confirmed dead after severe storms in the Northeast

Three confirmed dead after severe storms in the Northeast

At least two people were killed after a powerful storm that passed through North-Eastern United States.

An 11-year-old girl was killed on Tuesday afternoon when strong winds caused a tree to fall on a parked auto in Newburgh, New York, the Daily Freeman newspaper in Kingston, N.Y., reported.

Roads in many towns were impassible and some schools cancelled classes due to the damage.

CT officials said men in New Fairfield and Danbury were killed Tuesday in separate accidents when trees fell on their trucks. The young girl was killed when a tree crushed a vehicle she was sitting in on Robinson Avenue near the border of New Windsor, New York.

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Tuesday's storm brought down power lines, and at one point all four counties were under a tornado watch.

The Brookfield Police Department said on its Facebook page that First Selectman Steve Dunn had "declared a town disaster". Hundreds of thousands of residents remain without electricity. Lightning strikes and fallen electrical wires led to fires in New Jersey. The line will reopen on Thursday, officials told news outlets.

By Wednesday morning, the Mass. Emergency Management Agency reported roughly 400 power outages statewide, mostly in eastern counties. But more rain is expected to fall in the comings days into already saturated soils and cause more flooding.

Golf-ball sized hail pounded Saugerties, New York. Moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will fuel downpours that result in rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches across other parts of the Southeast and eventually into the Northeast.

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