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Monday’s storm came and went. It was a constant deluge of snow — some said 1-2 inches per hour, others said more. The total from official sources at Central Park is that 16 inches of snow was dumped on New York City by Winter Storm Orlena.
Out on the streets of Hell’s Kitchen this morning, it’s looking good if you are in a car — but not so good if you are on foot. Those crosswalks in particular are passable only with wellies… Here’s our photo report for Tuesday morning!
I remember when I had a stroller it was basically impossible to cross the roads. I get the plows have to clear the roads but why isn’t something down about the crosswalks. The people in wheelchairs must also find it impossible.
Are businesses that have been shuttered still responsible for clearing the sidewalk in front? If not, there’s going to be a lot of people falling or just walking in the middle of the avenues.
It’s ok but not good for the dogs it burns there paws
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