A state-by-state look at the northeast blizzard

Published: Friday, Feb. 8 2013 12:13 p.m. MST

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Police had to use snowmobiles to reach ambulances, fire trucks, police vehicles, some snowplow trucks and passenger vehicles stranded overnight on the Long Island Expressway. About 10,000 homes and businesses lost power on Long Island, which saw as much as 2½ feet of snow.

About a foot of snow fell New York City, which was "in great shape," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. Plows were out overnight and he said all streets would be cleared by the end of the day. He also promised to send equipment and manpower to harder-hit areas like Long Island and Connecticut if need be.

Airports reopened Saturday, but Amtrak said trains between New York and Boston would be suspended Saturday.

About a foot of snow fell at Rochester's airport in western New York and in Poughkeepsie in the Hudson Valley as well.

>> Sanitation workers use tractors to pile up salt at a depot, Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 in New York.
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