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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESS / AP CLIENTS ONLY

Location - Date: Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts / February 10, 2013

1. Wide. Day. Street, snow. All lights out.

2. Close. Traffic lights out

3. Mid. Iced-over transformers on telephone poles

4. Wide. Snowplow driving

5. Wide. Two people shoveling driveway

6. SOUNDBITE: Susan Mullaney / Without Power(Transcript Below)

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SOURCE: WTNH / COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVEN

See Restrictions Summary below script for complete restrictions

Location/Date: Milford, Connecticut / February 10, 2013

7. Wide. Day. Big pile of snow

8. Wide. Snow plow driving

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SOURCE: WTNH / COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVEN

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Location/Date: Hamden, Connecticut / February 10, 2013

9. Wide. Night. Person walking past huge pile of snow

10. Wide. Cleared 1 lane of road, large amount of snow on each side

11. Mid. Big pile of snow on top of car

12. Mid. Big pile of snow on top of car

13. SOUNDBITE: Mayor John DeStefano / (D) New Haven, Connecticut

(transcript below)

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SOURCE: WTNH / COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVEN

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Location/Date: Milford, Connecticut / February 10, 2013

14. SOUNDBITE: Mayor Ben Blake / (D) Milford, Connecticut

15. Wide. Day. Row of snow plows driving up street

16. Wide. Two vehicles piled under deep snow

17. Wide. Frozen, snow-covered river, houses

18. Wide. Snowy, wooded area

19. Wide. Snowy, wooded area

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

THE NORTHEASTERN U-S IS STRUGGLING TO DIG OUT THE SNOW AND TURN ON THE LIGHTS.

AS OF MONDAY MORNING, ABOUT 150-THOUSAND HOMES AND BUSINESSES REMAIN WITHOUT POWER.

MOST ARE IN MASSACHUSETTS, WHERE THE PROBLEM COULD PERSIST UNTIL TUESDAY.

SOUNDBITE: Susan Mullaney / Without Power

" Well, right now standing here in the sunshine it's warmer than it is in my house which is below forty on my thermostat and you can see your breath in side."

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PRESIDENT OBAMA DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR CONNECTICUT AFTER UP TO THREE FEET OF SNOW SWAMPED THAT STATE.

RESIDENTS AND PUBLIC OFFICIALS SAY THE SNOW IS PILED SO HIGH, CLEARING IT FROM ROADS IS TURNING OUT TO BE A MONUMENTAL TASK.

SOUNDBITE: Mayor John DeStefano / (D) New Haven, Connecticut

' The large issue here is public safety. In many of our neighborhoods throughout our communities, it is just not safe to come out yet.'

SOUNDBITE: Mayor Ben Blake / (D) Milford, Connecticut

' This is a situation where we can't plow the snow. This is an event unlike anything we've ever had before.'

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AT LEAST 15 DEATHS ARE BLAMED ON THE STORM IN THE NORTHEASTERN U-S AND CANADA.

HOWEVER, DRIVING BANS HAVE BEEN LIFTED AND FLIGHTS HAVE RESUMED AT THE REGION'S MAJOR AIRPORTS.

SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

RESTRICTIONS SUMMARY:

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WTNH: COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVEN

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