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NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 09, 2015
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It is the winter of Boston's discontent. They've picked up more than five and a half feet of snow over the last 17 days. Right now is yet another storm blankets parts of New England that snowbound city has run out of places to put it all. All that snow is collapsing buildings it's busting snow removal budgets snarling transit not to mention stretching the patients have a lot of moms and dads as school kids are now looking at their eight snow day of the year. We begin tonight with Ron Mott near B...
Reporter(s):
Dylan Dreyer;Ron Mott
Duration:
00:04:15

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