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Little relief for the mid-Atlantic after 'super derecho' downs power infrastructure

At least 18 people are dead and 2.2 million people remain without power in the eastern United States, three days after a "super derecho" storm and near hurricane-force winds brought down electricity infrastructure throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Following on the heels of the winds that felled trees and crushed cars and homes in Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas, a punishing heat wave is wilting crops from Kansas to North Carolina, charting a path of record temperatures as it goes.

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