Winds rake U.S. Northeast, leaving thousands without power

DAVID HAIGH looks at a large tree that fell on his home on in Pembroke, Mass on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020 after a storm passed the area. The National Weather Service reported that winds gusted as high as 72 mph near Boston at around 7 a.m. Wednesday before leveling off through the morning. / AP FILE PHOTO/JOHNVTLUMACKI/THE BOSTON GLOBE
DAVID HAIGH looks at a large tree that fell on his home on in Pembroke, Mass on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020 after a storm passed the area. The National Weather Service reported that winds gusted as high as 72 mph near Boston at around 7 a.m. Wednesday before leveling off through the morning. / AP FILE PHOTO/JOHNVTLUMACKI/THE BOSTON GLOBE
BOSTON (AP) – Winds close to hurricane strength swept across parts of the northeastern U.S. on Wednesday morning, toppling trees, taking down power lines and leaving tens of thousands of residents without power. The National Weather Service reported that winds gusted as high as 72 mph (155 kph) near Boston at around 7 a.m. before…

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