NEWS: Freeze spread to southern states, 21 dead in US
Atlanta, Jan 8: The polar freeze has spread from US Midwest to the East and South, from Boston to Birmingham, leaving 21 people dead, authorities said. The Midwest and the East on Tuesday experienced temperatures colder than much of Antarctica. A...
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