Spring storm that killed 3 moves up the coast

Severe weather hits the South

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SHUQUALAK, Mississippi (AP) — A storm that brought down trees and power lines across the Southeast has mostly moved out of the region, and headed up the East Coast.

Sleet and freezing rain made driving treacherous this morning in northern New York.

The storm earlier left three people dead in Mississippi, Missouri and Nebraska. It dumped snow and ice on much of the Midwest.

The storm marched from Louisiana to Georgia yesterday, causing major damage to parts of Mississippi, where a twister was spotted and one person was killed.

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