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CBS Baltimore

FROSTBURG, Md. (WJZ)—Hundreds of thousands of people are in the dark this Halloween night. Their power was knocked out by an early snowstorm. At least 21 people have died from downed wires, trees and slippery crashes.

Kai Jackson has the problems here in Maryland and beyond.

Here in Baltimore we were spared most of the serious winter weather. But the further west you go, the worse the conditions.

When the snowstorm blew into Maryland, it hit hardest in the western part of the state, where it still covers the hills in Frostburg.

At the height of the storm, more than 25,000 people in Western Maryland were without power, and roads were treacherous.

“This is very early. Broke a lot of trees, did a lot of damage,” said Cora Carter, Frostburg resident.

“I’ve never seen it this early, and I’m 82 years old,” said Wanda Richardson, Frostburg resident. “It made it look…

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