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[NATIONAL Edition]
Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: Sun-Sentinel wire services
Date: Apr 3, 1997
Start Page: 8.A
Section: FINAL
Abstract (Document Summary)

Massachusetts remained under a state of emergency on Wednesday with thousands of residents still without power and frustrated travelers stranded at Boston's Logan International Airport, as temperatures climbed into the 50s under a clear, blue sky.

One day after the record-breaking storm struck, burying the region in up to 3 feet of snow, area hospitals began reporting weather-related injuries including back sprains and hand injuries from snowblowers.

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