Dealing with the snowstorm aftermath

Brooklyn residents say the city?s sanitation workers have done a good job digging the borough out after a fierce snowstorm blanketed the region.Residents dealt with

KENSINGTON - Brooklyn residents say the city?s sanitation workers have done a good job digging the borough out after a fierce snowstorm blanketed the region.

Residents dealt with bone-chilling temperatures and icy conditions Tuesday in the wake of the snowstorm. In Kensington, parents took issue with the hardened, dirty berms of snow that blocked their path while taking children to school.

?[The snow] is dirty,? says Hector Flores, who was walking his daughter to school. ?I don?t like it after the cars go over it.?

Harsh conditions hit Brooklyn during winter blast

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