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At least nine people have died across the United States during severe winter weather

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At least nine people have died across the United States as severe winter weather continues to impact millions of Americans.

Here is the latest from officials in each state reporting storm-related deaths:

  • Ohio: Four people have died as a result of weather-related car crashes, according to Gov. Mike DeWine. Ohio State Highway Patrol said multiple people were injured Friday in a series of crashes involving about 50 cars on the Ohio Turnpike.
  • Kentucky: Three people have died in the state. Gov. Andy Beshear announced two deaths Friday morning, saying one person had been “housing insecure” and the other killed in a crash. An additional death was confirmed in Montgomery County due to a vehicle accident.
  • Missouri: One person died after they apparently lost control on icy roads, the Kansas City Police Department said Friday. The vehicle landed upside down in a creek and sunk into the frozen water, officials said.
  • Kansas: One person died in a crash, the Kansas Highway Patrol told CNN on Friday

Source: Cable News Network

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