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Contact Brett Adair with Live Storms Media to license.
Rapid City residents ran into grocery shortages Tuesday evening as the area prepared for a potentially historic blizzard. Local supermarkets found themselves in short supply of milk, bread, and necessities like water and batteries. With accumulations between one and two feet and winds expected to be in excess of 60mph, a Blizzard Warning was issued for western South Dakota. Nearly three feet of snow is expected in the northern Black Hills.
“Out of Milk” signs
Man standing in front of empty milk shelves
Empty bread shelves, customer grabbing one of the last loafs
Zoom of long lines at grocery checkouts
Customers leaving supermarket with bags and full carts
Dwindling stock of water, empty pallets