Winter storm brings White Christmas, travel delays to Midwest

DENVER (AP) -- People in the Midwest are getting a White
Christmas thanks to a winter storm.
Up to 7 inches of snow fell in Denver, causing a few flight
delays. United Airlines canceled about 50 flights. But a
spokeswoman says today is a light travel day, so passengers on
canceled flights have been moved to others.
Snow has also fallen in parts of Wyoming, Minnesota and
Nebraska, sometimes making driving difficult.
An official in Wyoming says a semi trailer slid off Interstate
80 and overturned. He says numerous other vehicles went into
ditches on the interstate and other highways. No injuries have been
reported.
In Nebraska, the most snow reported was 8 inches. But the
National Weather Service says wind gusts of 30-40 miles per hour
have caused snow drifts of 3 feet or higher


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