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Boston / Rob Norris / Mayor / National Guard #1148408

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 10, 2015
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Now moving to another important story it did stop snowing in Boston today but not before the city was buried again nearly 72 inches in 17 days. Your folks are not climbing the walls they're climbing ladders to clear snow from roofs train service stops so commuters had no choice but to dig their cars out. Jericka Duncan is in Boston. Seven foot snow drifts piled on the roof of this piano store caused it to buckle and break. It happened early this morning when the store was closed. If it wasn't ow...
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Jericka Duncan
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00:02:23

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