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                   Wednesday, December 5, 2007 - 12:21PM

December 5 snowstorm: preliminary photos

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I've been awake since 2:00AM covering this storm, and I'm exhausted. I'll have some video and more photos up later, but in the meantime you can catch some of the video on CNN or The Weather Channel today. The Fort Hill Bridge (Oakwood) claimed many vehicles today. I witnessed four accidents out of at least five that I know of. The camera barely missed two of them, but caught one of them square-on.

This one involved a woman and her two young children, one of which was an infant. A police officer helped evacuate the three from their vehicle, which was in danger from further potential crashes at the same location. Everyone was OK.

Snow was heaviest north of Charleston along I-79:

More to come....

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