Superstorm Sandy, state by state

-- The captain of HMS Bounty, a tall sailing ship used for classic adventure films, remains missing after Hurricane Sandy forced the crew to abandon ship about 90 miles off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Two helicopter crews saved 14 people stranded in the Atlantic Ocean on Monday. A deckhand missing from the 180-foot ship was found dead, the Coast Guard said. The guard is searching for the missing captain about 125 miles southeast of Hatteras, North Carolina.

-- About 112,217 customers were without power.

-- North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue has declared a state of emergency for 24 counties in the western part of her state because of snow.


-- High winds, flooding and snow have hit parts of the state.

-- Power suppliers said 249,546 homes and businesses lost power.


-- Sandy claimed its first victims in Pennsylvania on Monday night.

-- An 8-year-old boy was struck by a tree limb in Susquehanna County. He was pronounced dead at a residence in Franklin Township, according to state police.

-- Gerald Witman of Oley, 62, was killed when a falling tree struck him, according to Pennsylvania State Police spokesman David Beohm.

-- Another person died in a traffic accident in Somerset County, Gov. Tom Corbett said.

-- Utilities said 1,254,261 homes and businesses lost power.

-- Thirty-eight Pennsylvania counties were under emergency declarations, and 1,700 National Guard troops are on the ground, Corbett said.


-- The smallest state in the union, with a little more than 1 million residents, reported 116,583 customers without electricity. The state gets its power supply from the National Grid. Outages were concentrated in the southern part of the state, affiliate WPRI-TV in Providence reported.

-- Few used public evacuation shelters. There is widespread road debris, "but no casualties and relatively little alarm," according to WPRI.


-- Power suppliers said 3,144 homes and businesses lost power.


-- Two storm-related traffic fatalities have been confirmed by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The deaths occurred in the central region of the state.