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Travel chaos as deadly storm hits northeast US

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The US northeast was battered by heavy snow and strong winds as a powerful storm carved a violent arc across several states, killing more than a dozen people and snarling holiday travel. 

A teenager snowboards down the road December 26, 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The US northeast was battered by heavy snow and strong winds as a powerful storm carved a violent arc across several states, killing more than a dozen people and snarling holiday travel.

More than 3,000 flights have been cancelled since Christmas Day including 746 on Thursday, as the storm wreaked havoc from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Lakes before heading northeast, according to tracker FlightAware.

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