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Topic - Andrew Minick
A storm featuring strong winds, rain and snow is forecast to follow in Superstorm Sandy's path on Wednesday, threatening battered coastal towns and perhaps bringing the D.C. area this season's first glimpse of snow.
"It's just a matter of the power companies frantically trying to get things up and running," he said, adding that for the residents of Garrett County, "It's just another day."
"We had a generator, so we ran a couple lights, and the computer up front to ring people through," Mr. Minick said. "But we didn't print out receipts, they were handwritten."