Vehicles make their way through ice and snow on Interstate 26 in Columbia, S.C., early Wednesday. Gov. Nikki Haley again declared a state of emergency as officials worried that ice accumulating on trees and power lines could knock out power to thousands. More than 70,000 customers in Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama and the Carolinas were without power early Wednesday.
Frozen Streets: Ice Causes Another State of Emergency in South
<p>South Carolina's governor declared a continuing state of emergency as ice accumulates on trees and power lines.</p>