NATIONWIDE (ABC) – We are certainly not alone, people throughout the Northeast are coping with the crippling storm.
Monday morning freezing temperatures combining with up to a foot of snow in the Northeast has created a hazardous morning commute for millions of Americans.
Black ice turning major roadways into slip and slides.
In Hawthorne, New Jersey a harrowing rescue, a woman rescued from her sinking car right before it sinks into the ice.
Cars slowing to a crawl on the frozen roadways, travel trouble at airports.
Over 6,000 flights delayed and 1,300 more cancelled. At Boston Logan, Terminal C was evacuated after police said a snow melting machine may have triggered the carbon monoxide alarm. Just miles away a plane was sent sliding off the icy runway after a failed attempt to take off at an Air Force Base.
More delays expected Monday morning.