Woman killed by fallen tree in Town of Newburgh was Ulster resident

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The severe threat ended overnight into Wednesday.

Thousands of utility workers were working feverishly to restore power.

And an 80-year-old Chestnut Ridge woman was killed around the same time when a tree landed on her vehicle as she drove on Red Schoolhouse Road in that village.

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A woman in Chestnut Ridge has died after a tree dropped onto her vehicle while she was driving in Tuesday's storm, police said. In New York, falling trees in Newburgh claimed the lives of an 11-year-old girl in a parked auto and a woman who was driving. The mother suffered minor injuries.

Saugerties, New York, got hit with an EF1 tornado and a microburst, according to NWS.

The storms downed trees and power lines across the region and lightning strikes led to structure fires in New Jersey and Massachusetts, AP reports. At least 87,000 people were without power, NBC New York reported.

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Commuters at normally busy Grand Central Terminal packed the station for the evening rush, but were left stranded when Metro-North shut down all three commuter lines because of the severe weather.

In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for four counties and send the New York National Guard to assist with rescue and recovery efforts, as reported by the New York Post.

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