- Associated Press - Monday, January 26, 2015

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) - A health aide heading home in the snowstorm says she’s worried about her 95-year-old client in Westchester County.

In White Plains, the snow intensified starting around 1:30 p.m. Monday, covering the streets.

Vita Christian of the Bronx spent five hours with her client before starting her commute.

She feels the woman is prepared to get by on her own. But Christian hopes visitors will stop by if she’s not able to get there on Tuesday.

Another commuter at the White Plains Metro-North station was heading home to Pawling.

Peter Hovey declared that he won’t be driving on Tuesday. He said that would be “ridiculous.”

Hovey delivers parcels for the Postal Service.

Asked about the old adage that nothing can stop the mail, he said “safety first” is a better motto.


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