2 dead in Northeast following last night's storms

At least two people are dead in the Northeast following the wild weather that never quite hammered Long Island.A Brooklyn man was killed near a

WOODBURY - At least two people are dead in the Northeast following the wild weather that never quite hammered Long Island.A Brooklyn man was killed near a church by falling scaffolding that was loosened by an apparent lightning strike, and a camper was hit by a falling tree in Pennsylvania.Police say a bolt of lightning may have struck a Twin Drive home in Middle Island, where an 18-year-old felt a shock just after 8 p.m. last night. He was rushed to the hospital, but officials say he's OK.Elmira in upstate New York seems to have suffered the brunt of the storm. The city has declared a state of emergency to keep residents off the streets, which are blocked by fallen trees following a tornado.Mother Nature puts on wicked weather show

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