US Northeast Storm Contains Floods, Wind, Snow Left About 5 People Dead

Because of a major winter storm contains heavy rain, snow and strong winds in the US East Coast on Friday, about 5 people have killed, though these become cause of hurdles in way of thousands of flights, even though left close of federal government offices in Washington.


The National Weather Service reported that they had issued coastal flooding alerts from New Jersey to Massachusetts together, winter storm cautions, high wind alerts in result from the Northeast to the Mid-Atlantic.

With that said, Winter Storm Riley caused over a foot (30.5 centimeters) of snow in the northern and western parts of New York state.

As heavy rain wrapped coastal locations. The heavy wind with dazzling snowing as well rains lashed badly during the night or by early hours Saturday.

However, a sergeant from James City County police, in southern Virginia made confirm a death of the 44-year-old who was traveling into a truck ad accidentally a tree fell down at road in Chesterfield County in south of Richmond.

On the other side, one more death of a 6-year-old boy was also reported by local authorities, was killed in the result of tree falling on his apartment when he was sleeping late hours of the night.

Baltimore County Police & Fire Department told media that the 77-year-old an elderly woman outer surface of Baltimore, as a large tree branch attacked her in Kingsville.

While in the meantime, local media also announced one more death of an 11-year-old boy belonging Putnam Valley, New York, as well as a man in his 70s in Newport, Rhode Island.

The website Flight Aware reported that over 3,000 domestic and international flights have cancelled on 2 March as well as more than 2,400 others was also disrupted just because of heavy snowing, dazzling winds and floods.