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Crippled LR, NLR taking stock

Posted: December 27, 2012 at 12:50 a.m.

Aaron Dahlstrom (left) pitches in to help David Shelley remove a limb off their neighbor's car in the Park Hill neighborhood of North Little Rock Wednesday after several inches of sleet and snow fell Tuesday.

About 70 percent of Little Rock’s residents were without electricity Wednesday, and some face having no power for seven days or more as the city, along with North Little Rock and Pulaski County, slowed to a crawl under a blanket of snow and ice.

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