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Last updated on Wednesday, February 14, 2007
(STATEHOUSE) - State police are working at full capacity to keep up with the snowstorm that blanketed Indiana.
Governor Mitch Daniels says he knows of no fatalities because of the weather.
Homeland Security is recommending people who don't have to be out, stay home because it's unsafe to travel.
Daniels says great preparedness, swift action by all levels of government, and the break before the rest of the storm are the reasons why Indiana is coping so well, so far.
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