Blizzard blankets Southern California mountains as raging US winter storm death toll rises to 13: Frantic San Bernardino residents write ‘help us’ message in 5ft snow as over 300k in Kentucky and Michigan are left in darkness
Storms continue to hit the United States coast-to-coast after a devastating week
In the Midwest and South, more than a dozen were killed by the severe weather and more than 300,000 are still without power Sunday
In the Southern California mountains, some left messages in the snow as they have run out of food, gas, insulin, and baby formula after being stuck for a week.
In Southern California, residents and visitors resorted to writing out ‘help us’ in the snow as they have been trapped for more than a week by feet of snow.
‘It feels helpless right, and it’s kind of a frustrating type of helpless,’ said one man who has been isolated in the San Bernardino mountains for nearly two weeks.
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