LONG ISLAND, N.Y. -- A severe, fast-moving Labor Day thunderstorm that swept across the New York metro area here caused widespread power outages and problems for some retailers. Rain, hail and winds clocked at more than 70 miles an hour in some areas resulted in downed trees and power lines and spawned a tornado in the Village of Lynbrook in south Nassau County on Long Island. Andy Carrano, a spokesman for A&P, based in Montvale, N.J., told SN that a Waldbaum's in Glen Head on the ...
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