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Storm takes lasting toll

3 dead; many thousands in state still without power

Gary Rzab cleared a path yesterday in his yard in Plainfield, which was buried with 30.8 inches of snow, the most in the state. Gary Rzab cleared a path yesterday in his yard in Plainfield, which was buried with 30.8 inches of snow, the most in the state. (Matthew Cavanaugh for The Boston Globe)
By David Abel and Martine Powers
Globe Staff / October 31, 2011

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A day after the onslaught of a record-setting autumn nor’easter, more than 621,000 customers in the state remained without power yesterday, and officials said it could be days before many of them have it restored.

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