WASHINGTON, USA.– Diego winter storm continues to affect
Southeast of the United States with large amounts of snow and rain after causing at least one death and leaving hundreds of thousands of people without electricity.
In Matthews, North Carolina, the driver of a vehicle died and a passenger was injured when the car was hit by a tree branch.
Emergency authorities reported WCNC television station in Charlotte that two other people suffered life-threatening injuries as a result of some 75 traffic accidents due to weather conditions.
The storm left no electrical service to about 546,000 customers in the north-east, the most of the interruptions were located in NC.