Storm knocks down letter from USA Today sign
MCLEAN, Va. (AP) – Superstorm Sandy has knocked off the capital `A’ from the USA Today newspaper sign at its headquarters in McLean, Virginia.
The letter came down Monday afternoon when heavy winds from former Hurricane Sandy were blowing ashore.
A newspaper spokeswoman says the letter fell on the headquarters’ lawn and has been recovered.
No one was injured.
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