Authorities have reported a total of 52 deaths in 11 states as Ike moved from Texas northeastward across the U.S.:
Texas - 18, including at least five in Harris County from carbon monoxide poisoning. A woman in Port Arthur died when she was refueling a generator that caught fire in a house without electricity.
Louisiana - six, including two contractors who were electrocuted.
Tennessee - two, both golfers killed by a falling tree.
Arkansas - one, a man killed by a tree falling on a mobile home.
Ohio - six, including five by falling trees and one person electrocuted while working on a generator.
Indiana - seven, including a father and son killed helping children escape from a ditch.
Illinois - two, including an elderly man found in a flooded backyard.
Missouri - four, including a woman struck by a tree limb and an elderly man suspected of drowning in a flooded yard.
Kentucky - two, a 10-year-old boy struck by a tree limb while mowing a lawn and a woman exposed to carbon monoxide fumes from a generator at her home.
Pennsylvania - two, a 46-year-old man struck by tree limb while helping remove a large tree from a house, and a 43-year-old utility worker who was electrocuted when he stepped on a live wire while working to repair power lines.
Michigan - two, a 20-month-old boy apparently drowned in a stormwater-filled ditch near Auburn, Mich., and a 15-year-old killed when his all-terrain vehicle crashed into a hidden ravine created by storm water.
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