CINCINNATI (www.incnow.tv) - One of the worst artic storm systems in years has taken a cold grip of a large portion of the United States.
A snow storm near Cincinnati caused an 86-car pile up on Interstate 275. A 12-year-old girl was killed. Twenty people were injured.
Transportations says white out conditions led to slick roadways, causing the crash.
In the northern Great Lakes region, some places are experiencing the worst cold in four years. Wind chills in some portions of Minnesota have fallen to -50° or lower.
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