Red Hook residents dig out

Red Hook residents had to dig out their cars after a winter snowstorm hit the borough. Many residents stocked up on food at the Red

Many residents stacked up on food at the Red Hook Supermarket on Friday.

Many residents stacked up on food at the Red Hook Supermarket on Friday. (1/3/14)

BROOKLYN - Red Hook residents had to dig out after a winter snowstorm hit the borough.

Many residents stocked up on food at the Red Hook Supermarket on Friday.

The overnight snowstorm dumped several inches of snow across the city.

Plows and salt spreaders tackled roads Friday throughout the borough, but many remain slippery and snow-covered. 

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