Make Way for Snow Plows

Image: Trucks cleared streets and private parking lots in Watertown, Mass., while the snow from Storm Nemo, continued hitting hard at 2:15 a.m. City and private plowing companies have been working through the night to clear the streets and main sidewalks. All non-essential vehicles have been banned from driving. Parking on the street has been banned since noon yesterday. Governor Duval Patrick announced that breaking the driving ban is punishable by fines and prison time. (Photo by: Jasmin Bleu Pellegrino/BU News Service)
February 9, 2013- Trucks cleared streets and private parking lots in Watertown, Mass., while the snow from Storm Nemo, continued hitting hard at 2:15 a.m. City and private plowing companies have been working through the night to clear the streets and main sidewalks. All non-essential vehicles have been banned from driving. Parking on the street has been banned since noon yesterday. Governor Duval Patrick announced that breaking the driving ban is punishable by fines and prison time. (Photo by: Jasmin Bleu Pellegrino/BU News Service)
Image:Watertown, Mass. was still getting hit hard by Nemo at 1:40 a.m. All non-essential vehicles have been banned from driving. Parking on the street has been banned since noon yesterday. The only vehicles on the road are city- and private-snow removal trucks and the police. (Photo by Jasmin Bleu Pellegrino/BU News Service)
February 9, 2013- Watertown, Mass. was still getting hit hard by Nemo at 1:40 a.m. All non-essential vehicles have been banned from driving. Parking on the street has been banned since noon yesterday. The only vehicles on the road are city- and private-snow removal trucks and the police, who are enforcing the driving-ban, which was announced by Governor Duval Patrick yesterday as being punishable by fines and prison time.(Photo by: Jasmin Bleu Pellegrino/BU News Service)

 

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