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Girl, 11, killed when tree falls on vehicle in Newburgh

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Deadly storm causes power outage in NYC area

According to The Weather Channel, more rain is expected in the region during the next three days with the biggest threat for flooding from Virginia to southern New Jersey, with 4 to 8 in. possible.

And an 80-year-old Chestnut Ridge woman was killed around the same time when a tree landed on her vehicle as she drove on Red Schoolhouse Road in that village.

CT officials said two people in New Fairfield and Danbury were killed Tuesday in separate accidents when trees fell on their trucks, including a woman whose 3-year-old child escaped injury.

One of the people who died is an 11-year-old girl, police say. The mother suffered minor injuries.

Mexico doubts that a NAFTA deal is possible by Thursday target date
Republican House leader Paul Ryan noted if NAFTA talks don't produce a new deal soon, it may not get approved until 2019. Rosa DeLauro of CT on Wednesday urged negotiators to continue their talks, saying Ryan's deadline is arbitrary.

Husband of woman who inspired 'right to die' law speaks on changes
According to a right-to-die advocacy group, more than 500 Californians filled prescriptions for their drugs within the first year. Wanting to end her life, the 29-year-old moved to OR in June 2014 to take advantage of that state's medical aid-in-dying law.

Browns to be featured team on HBO's 'Hard Knocks,' report says
HARD KNOCKS: TRAINING CAMP WITH THE CLEVELAND BROWNS will be narrated by Liev Schreiber. Dorsey said last month the Browns saw no merit in being part of the documentary series.

Several lightning strikes led to structure fires in New Jersey and MA.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday night on Twitter that he was declaring a state of emergency in Putnam, Dutchess, Orange and Sullivan counties, and "deploying members of the New York National Guard to assist with recovery operations". As of Wednesday night, almost 300,000 customers remained without power in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, according to poweroutage.us.

In New York City, the subway system and the Metro-North railroad reported delays and temporary suspensions.

Damage to train tracks from severe weather forced the closure of MARC's Brunswick Line service in Maryland. At least 87,000 people were without power, NBC New York reported.

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