In Newburgh, N.Y., located about 60 miles north of Manhattan, an 11-year-old girl died when a tree fell on a auto she was in, the Mid-Hudson Valley Patch reported.
The 80-year-old woman was driving alone in a 2018 Hyundai during the powerful storm when a tree fell on top of her vehicle. The girl was extricated from the vehicle by the fire department and transported to St. Luke's Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Officials were notified of the accident in the Village of Chestnut Ridge just before 5 p.m. on Tuesday. A few hours later New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo would declare a state of emergency in several counties and deployed the New York National Guard.
Utility crews with Central Hudson Gas and Electricity were out in full force working to restore power.
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A fourth death occurred in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, where high winds slammed a tree onto a auto, killing the driver at the scene, state police said.
Rutigliano said the city's fire department received a call about a person trapped in a vehicle.
Neighbor Ramon Rodriguez watched as fire crews cut parts of the auto off to get the girl out. "It kind of gave me a chill when I first saw it". Golf ball-sized hail was reported from upstate NY to CT. Newburgh is about 60 miles north of New York City. Police were withholding the identities of the mother and daughter as of Tuesday night. Storms damaged some of the city's older structures and blew the roofs off a couple of buildings.