In the U.S., after the storm left without electricity 800 thousand

A powerful storm hit the north of the U.S. state of Illinois. Remained without power more than 800 thousand customers. Strong gusts of wind blow your socks off with houses and uproot trees.
Many people were trapped in their cars. Ask disruptions in air communication. More than 200 flights canceled, hundreds more detained. At airports, O'Hare and Midway, thousands of passengers stranded.
Changes in the schedule of trains provoked chaos on the rail to Chicago. In the states of Michigan and Iowa hurricane wind was so strong that not only overturned cars, but heavy equipment. Due to bad weather dramatically increased the number of accidents on motorways.

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