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Photos: Downtown Mansfield After the Storm

A look at the downtown area of Mansfield after the blizzard.

With few cars on the road, the downtown area of Mansfield was quiet in the early moments after the statewide traffic ban was lifted. While the roads were rough but manageable, some businesses were already getting to work clearing the sidewalks in front of their stores and workers at the commuter rail stop were clearing off the platform as the MBTA works towards their goal of restoring service by Monday.

Above is a gallery of photos taken between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Feburary 9.

S Kay February 10, 2013 at 07:48 PM
I heard from friends in other towns that their roads were clean and dry. What did those towns do that Mansfield did not? Almost embarrassing how even with the traffic ban our own roads have been either compacted white or a mess of slush. Are our roads unique or are our town's methods of cleaning the roads different?
HJ February 10, 2013 at 08:13 PM
Maybe because we have to pay teachers/administrators so much, there's less funds for snow removal.


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