Brooklyn residents begin to dig out post-snowstorm

There's a lot of storm cleanup to be done in Brooklyn, with cars, sidewalks and streets all submerged in snow and slush. People have started

People are clearing snow and ice from their cars as melting begins.

People are clearing snow and ice from their cars as melting begins. (2/14/14)

BROOKLYN - There's a lot of storm cleanup to be done in Brooklyn, with cars, sidewalks and streets all submerged in snow and slush. 

People have started to clear snow and ice from their cars, and some will literally have to dig themselves out. 

Many bus stops are also buried in snow and need to be shoveled as sanitation crews continue to tackle the roads. 

Much of the white snow is already turning to gray and brown slush as melting begins. 

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