The fatal winter storm in the Buffalo, New York, area has resulted in at least 10 deaths, CNN reported Thursday. The last two victims were people with mental health issues who died from apparent exposure to the severe weather.

There have been structural collapses, with roofs failing, as an additional storm brought the snow total to a monstrous 7 feet in some places, the Associated Press said. Gov. Andrew Cuomo told MSNBC the snowfall was “almost unmanageable.”

“It’s looking like something we’ve never seen before,” he said. “This will probably break all records.”

The first concern when the storm started was to get people off the roads, but now the governor said the next worries are people with no heat and structure failures, especially with more snow on the way. Things won’t necessarily get easier for Buffalo once the epic snowfall stops over the weekend as expected. The snow will begin to melt, which could bring significant flooding.

Cuomo explained officials have all the help that is needed, but there are still some “unavoidable” problems when dealing with 7 feet of snow. He tweeted that more than 300 National Guard airmen and soldiers arrived in Buffalo to help remove the snow and are assisting medical workers. People were warned again to stay indoors during the harsh weather.

The snow has also resulted in Sunday's NFL game at Ralph Wilson Stadium between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets being canceled, the NFL wrote. The game will be relocated, but the league did not say where.

Bills player Kraig Urbik tweeted his street wasn’t plowed. “Are we stuck here till Saturday,” he wondered.

Earlier, Cuomo said it would be “impractical” to have the game there. “Everybody would love to see a Bills game go forward, but I think even more, everybody wants to make sure public safety comes first,” he said at a news conference Thursday morning, according to ESPN. “At this point in time, doing what we have to do with the driving ban and everything we just said -- staying off the roads -- would make a Bills game impractical.”

The snowfall has also made for some striking images. A collage of some of the most remarkable images has been posted below:

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