VIDEO: Hurricane Sandy - The Aftermath
The remnants of hurricane Sandy are blamed for a second death in Canada.
It happened in southwestern Ontario, where a hydro worker was electrocuted while tending to a downed power line in Sarnia.
The victim's name has not been released.
The other fatality was a Toronto woman who was hit by a store sign that was blown down as the storm hit on Monday night.
Meanwhile, utility crews in the eastern United States have restored power to about two-million homes and businesses left in the dark Monday by the remnants of hurricane Sandy.
Some of the six-million customers still waiting to be re-connected have been told they may not get their power back until early next week.
U-S President Barack Obama and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie boarded a helicopter to survey the damage caused by the remnants of hurricane Sandy.
Over southern New Jersey, they saw flattened houses, flooded streets, and busted piers.
Afterward, Obama pledged to cut red tape to get badly-needed aid to the stricken area. Obama added that the American people are behind affected residents.
In New York City, residents are beginning to see signs that the city that never sleeps is returning to normal.
Wall Street reopened Wednesday after being closed Monday and Tuesday due to flooding. Thursday, city officials believe they will see limited subway service begin.
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