Storm could bring down Long Island power lines

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Long Islanders who were in the dark for days after Sandy fear they'll lose power again. (March 6, 2013 11:56 PM)

Heavy snow and high winds could bring down a lot of trees and power lines during the two-part storm that will hit Long Island through Friday. Some residents are already seeing the effects of the double-digit wind gusts: a large tree in Baldwin uprooted and took some power lines with it. In Plainview, strong wind gusts sent towering trees swaying dangerously close to power lines as well. National...

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