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Nearly two million homes and businesses still this hour without power in eleven states and Washington DC four days.
After that terribly destructive storm -- set of storms that.
Turn off the lights crews are working to clear debris and downed trees tangled in power lines.
And the audience prevents -- -- appearance Sunday city that is very thin ring in many places.
What happens is -- storm comes through in the creation.
But it's this and -- from blame.
Since Johnny joins us live from Falls Church, Virginia amid the home of -- so I was -- -- -- -- describe what's going on there.
Well they're working furiously in this one hot spot here just a snapshot of one of the trouble spots around the DC area at this intersection are two entries down.
Look of this street here is totally blocked by a giant tree that fell across.
The street and two cars have been damage luckily the house was not hit somebody put up a sign on the tree trunk that says.
Free firewood come and get obviously nobody's come together yet but the street crews are working and there was a double whammy at this intersection let's look down the street this way.
That's where -- change or activity is right now that you can hear.
We have crews working on even larger tree that fell across here and knocked down some power lines -- take a look a little bit earlier at some of the activity we have some video.
Take a closer look at what they're doing they had their first rearrange some of the power lines.
-- later they're gonna have to bring in a crane to lift up that that trees so that there won't be too much pressure on the chainsaw blade when they try to cut through its it could be gone by today.
But that we don't know for sure there are working in the hoping.
It's going to be clear -- today very well that's sort of that the big question indeed for all those folks who are.
We're really struggling out there.
Holland so -- when they expect things to get back.
Yeah it's a big dramatic could be -- had Greg have people are running out of water ice there this sort of food is broiling in the refrigerator is going to be 97 degrees here in the DC area today.
Lot of people don't have air conditioners.
So it's going to be until the end of the week before everybody -- back to normal hopefully.
But nobody can guarantee that would they be power companies -- brought in extra crews from as far away as Canada some gas stations are running out of gas.
So people are just trying to do the best they can and cope with the situation and -- gorgeous -- out of nowhere and hit ferociously Steve Centanni live.
Falls Church, Virginia Steve.
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