A second band of snow blasted the cities around Buffalo, New York Thursday, which is no help to a city who’s houses are already buried.
There are now eight deaths that can be credited to the storms. One of such was a 60-year-old man who suffered a heart attack going to get his snowblower.
This area of New York has already seen as much snow that some other areas do in a whole season. The weight of snow on some houses is equivalent to two or three pick up trucks, according to NBC News.
Residents are still urged to stay home. Altough Gov. Andrew Cuomo says no one is stranded in cars, he says hundreds of abandoned cars are still on the roads and “that is going to be a massive problem.”