Treacherous Driving, Downed Trees In Holliston


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HOLLISTON (WBZ-AM) -- Between this storm and the last one, snow piles in Holliston are up to 10 feet high.

A number of streets in town were closed due to bowing and downed trees, and driving conditions were treacherous with patches of ice hiding under the snow cover.

But the snow did provide a bit of fun for kids.


Some private plow drivers told WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Lana Jones the snow was "a little heavy, not too bad."

"I'll take the money, I'll keep plowing all day," said one.


Visibility was poor--and one of the plow drivers had a request for those few drivers who are out on the roads today.

"I'd really like if the people who are out there driving around right now would turn their lights on," said one plow driver. "That's the biggest problem we have right now."

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Lana Jones reports



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