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Abbie J. Haie digs out her grandmother's car at their home on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in  Edwards, N.Y.  A new blast of lake-effect snow pounded Buffalo for a third day piling more misery on a city already buried by an epic, deadly snowfall that could leave some areas with nearly 8 feet of snow on the ground when it's all done. (AP Photo/The Watertown Daily Times, Melanie Kimbler Lago)
Roofs collapse under Buffalo snowRoofs creak and collapse as Buffalo snowfall total hits 6 feet or more
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Chris Kidder, of the Townline Fire Department assists Jacob Aronica clean a vehicle in Town Line, N.Y. Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014.  A new blast of lake-effect snow pounded Buffalo for a third day piling more misery on a city already buried by an epic, deadly snowfall that could leave some areas with nearly 8 feet of snow on the ground when it's all done.  (AP Photo/Gary Wiepert)
More on the snow: Snowbound band; football effectsMore on the storm: Snowbound band; football effects; Alaska dreamin'; lake effect explained
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FILE - In this Thursday, July 22, 2010, file photo, former Massey Energy Company Chairman and CEO Don Blankenship speaks at the National Press Club in Washington. On Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, Blankenship pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges in a 2010 West Virginia mine explosion that killed 29 men. Blankenship faces up to 31 years in prison, if convicted. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
Ex-coal exec pleads not guilty in W.Va. mine blastEx-coal executive Don Blankenship pleads not guilty in deadly 2010 West Virginia mine blast
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Detective: Penn. murderer says he killed in TexasDetective: Pennsylvania death row inmate also says he killed women in Texas
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FILE - In this June 30, 2011, file photo beach-goers walk on the sand near the San Onofre nuclear power plant in San Clemente, Calif. Consumers will get refunds and credits of about $1.4 billion, but also pay about $3.3 billion, under a settlement approved Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, on costs stemming from the premature closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)
Deal divides billions in closed nuke plant's costsConsumers to pay $3.3 billion in deal to divide costs from closed San Onofre nuclear plant
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