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North Carolina Power Outage

North Carolina's electricity was knocked out when an ice storm that hit the state on Wednesday. Dozens of people have been killed by the snow and ice that came with the storm. National Guardsmen, local police and utility workers have been working to restore power to more than a million people. Steve speaks with Greensboro resident Martha Walton about how she's been coping for the past four days.

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