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Southington, Conn. - Feb 9, 2013

1. Mid of stop sign in the snow

2. Mid of shop windows in snow

3. Point of view shot of trudging through the snow

4. Close of Bill Jameson using snow blower

5. SOUNDBITE: Bill Jameson/ Digging out of the snow: "It's very crazy. Two snow blowers and my truck is dead too. Look at me I am freezing. "

6. Wide of gas station pumps in snow

7. Wide of crews removing snow from road

Boston - Feb. 9, 2013

8. Various of snow being shoveled on street

9. Various of snow plows on roads

10. Mid of man using snow plow

11. SOUNDBITE: Zoran Trtanj (TR - TAN -J) , Digging out of the snow : "It's easy. It's light snow. It's too much that's the only problem. Nothing else."

12. Mid of Departure board at Logan Airport with "cancelled" flights

13. Wide of front loaders on tarmac.

14. SOUNDBITE : Josee Hulshof, stuck at Boston's Logan airport :" Well, I hope to get out today so it doesn't really matter whether there is a delay as long as I get out."

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New York - Feb 9, 2013

15. Aerial view of New York

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New York - Feb. 9, 2013

16. SOUNDBITE: Michael Bloomberg, - Mayor New York City: We have roughly 2200 pieces of equipment plowing and salting in total and virtually primary streets have been plowed and all city streets will be plowed by the end of the day.

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New York - Feb. 8, 2013

17. Pull out on umbrellas in trash can with traffic in background

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

PARTS OF THE NORTH EAST AWOKE TO MORE THAN TWO FEET OF SNOW FOLLOWING THE MASSIVE SNOWSTORM THAT PUMMELED THE REGION WITH HURRICANE FORCE GUSTS AND BLIZZARD CONDITIONS. AUTHORITIES SAY THE STORM HAS CLAIMED AT LEAST SIX LIVES FROM NEW YORK TO CANADA.

OVER 6-HUNDRED THOUSAND HOMES AND BUSINESSES ARE WITH OUT POWER AS NEW ENGLAND RESIDENTS STRUGGLE TO DIG THEMSELVES OUT OF THE KNEE-DEEP SNOW.

SOUNDBITE: Bill Jameson/ Digging out of the snow: "It's very crazy. Two snow blowers and my truck is dead too. Look at me I am freezing. "

PUMPS AT THIS GAS STATION IN A CONNECTICUT TOWN WERE PARTIALLY SUBMERGED BY SNOW, AS NEARBY CREWS WERE SEEN WORKING HARD TO CLEAR THE ROADS ORDERED CLOSED SATURDAY.

MEANWHILE IN BOSTON, NEARLY 22-INCHES OF SNOW FELL, ALMOST RIVALING THE CITY'S RECORD 2003 SNOWFALL OF OVER 27-INCHES.

MASSACHUSSETS GOVERNOR DEVAL PATRICK EVEN ENACTED A STATE-WIDE DRIVING BAN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIRTY-FIVE YEARS,

BUT THIS BOSTON RESIDENT SEEMED TO TAKE IT IN STRIDE.

SOUNDBITE: Zoran Trtanj (TR - TAN -J) , East Boston :

"It's easy. It's light snow. It's too much that's the only problem. Nothing else."

AT THE CITY'S LOGAN AIRPORT FLIGHTS WERE CANCELLED ACROSS THE BOARD AS CREWS SPENT THE DAY CLEARING THE TARMAC WITH FRONT END LOADERS. ONE STRANDED TRAVELLER SAYS SHE'S ANXIOUS TO LEAVE THE SNOW BEHIND.

SOUNDBITE : Josee Hulshof, stuck at airport :

" Well, I hope to get out today so it doesn't really matter whether there is a delay as long as I get out."

IN THE BIG APPLE, FLIGHTS RESUMED AT J-F-K AIRPORT SATURDAY MORNING.

MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG STILL URGED NEW YORKERS TO STAY OFF THE ROADS SO THAT CREWS COULD CONTINUE PLOWING ON SECONDARY STREETS.

SOUNDBITE: Michael Bloomberg, - Mayor New York City: We have roughly 2200 pieces of equipment plowing and salting in total and virtually primary streets have been plowed and all city streets will be plowed by the end of the day.

HE ADDED THE CITY WAS 'IN GREAT SHAPE' FOLLOWING THE 11-INCHES OF SNOW THAT FELL THERE.

Diane Kiepley/Associated Press