New York and US East Coast hit by deadly Halloween Snowstorm

The Mail Online reported on 30 October 2011:

Three million on the US East Coast could be without power for DAYS after New York was hit by deadly October snow storm… and there’s more on the way

Still on sale? A view of a pumpkin patch covered in snow is today seen in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a day before Halloween

Halloween Pumpkins covered in snow in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Whiteout: A jogger makes his way through Central Park as snow falls in New York City for only the fourth time in November since the Civil War

Whiteout: A jogger makes his way through Central Park as snow falls in New York City for only the fourth time in November since the Civil War

Governors declare states of emergency in New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and parts of New York
Great-grandmother, 77, dies when power outage stops her oxygen machine. Another dead in Pennsylvania after tree crashes into his home as he takes a nap. Man electrocuted in Massachusetts
Icy roads cause horrific highway pileup in the Bronx, New York that kills woman, 20, bringing death toll to five, and left 16 injured
In excess of 3 million people from Maryland to New England lost power, with some predicting it could be off for days
Earliest New York City one-inch snowfall since records began
More than 1,000 flights in or out of America cancelled
Parts of North East receive more than two feet of snow as records tumble
Only fourth time since Civil War that snow has fallen in NYC in October

New York City and the East Coast are picking up the pieces hit by more than one inch of snowfall before Halloween for the first time ever – with experts predicting much more on the way.

See more amazing photos, snow falling in Times Square video and read full article here:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2054719/Snow-storm-2011-New-York-3-dead-2m-power.html#ixzz1cJVn9Nre