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They drowned in their homes and in their cars. They died when power outages left oxygen machines inoperable. Most of the victims were older adults — two-thirds of them were 60 or older. nyti.ms/3MRBoGV

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They drowned in their homes and in their cars. They died when power outages left oxygen machines inoperable. Most of the victims were older adults — two-thirds of them were 60 or older. nyti.ms/3MRBoGV

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