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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Tanya Topolewski
Governors, mayors and millions of Americans on the East Coast braced for a "superstorm" of unprecedented strength — and it delivered.
"I was making chicken, listening to the wind and trying to keep my hand's busy," she said of the moments just before the horrendous crash made it apparent that something had landed on her roof.
Tanya Topolewski of the Takoma neighborhood in Northwest said an approximately 40-foot-tall tree toppled onto her home.