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Water Still Cascades Over Nearly Frozen Niagara Falls

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January 11, 2014
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Water still cascade over Niagara Falls, which was the subject of a social media debate as to whether the falls froze completely or not during the recent cold snap which affected some 240 million people in the US and southern Canada.


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