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PHOTOS: Winter storm brings ice to the CSRA

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A tree fell on a power line off Boy Scout Road in Augusta. (Source: Nick Lulli) A tree fell on a power line off Boy Scout Road in Augusta. (Source: Nick Lulli)
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

A winter storm brought ice to the CSRA, causing hazardous road conditions, power outages and downed trees. 

Utility crews are working to restore power to thousands of people, and the National Guard is helping clean up the roads. 

We want to see your photos from this winter storm. You can send them to pics@wfxg.com or post them to Twitter and Instagram using #CSRAicestorm. 

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