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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Richard Ebbrecht
Emergency crews and residents struggled to clear roadways and sidewalks from a storm that rampaged through the Northeast, dumping up to 3 feet of snow and bringing howling winds that knocked out power to hundreds of thousands.
"I could run my car and keep the heat on and listen to the radio a little bit," he said. "It was very icy under my car. That's why my car is still there."
"There was a bunch of us Long Islanders. We were all helping each other, shoveling, pushing," he said.