At least 5 killed in 'historic' snow storm
Some parts of Conn. saw nearly two to three feet of snow
WILLIMANTIC, Conn. — A historic blizzard, with snowfall and winds not seen in 35 years, will slowly loosen its hold on the region today as residents and town crews across Northwest Connecticut continue to dig out from 2 to nearly 3 feet of snow.
At least five people in Connecticut were killed during the storm, including an elderly Prospect woman who was struck by a vehicle while she was clearing snow Friday night.
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