Slush freezes as temps drop overnight

Temperatures dropped well below freezing Tuesday night as many cars remained buried in snow and slush.



Kevin Fray, of Canarsie, tried clearing off his car after slush turned into ice.



"I had to chip it off, but I don't want to damage the paint," he said. "But I have to get to work tomorrow morning, so I'm trying to do it for now."



Even News 12's Emily Lorsch and photographer Lena had to shovel a news van free from the ice.


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