BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Marylanders are still feeling the effects of last week’s big snowfall.
Derek Valcourt has more.
In Reisterstown, you can still find people like Robin Stoll trying to make headway after last week’s snow just kept coming.
“It looked like it meant business that Saturday morning so I figured no use doing anything Saturday so here I am Monday,” Stoll said.
Throughout the region, some crews haven’t stopped working. They’re still scraping and scooping and salting away–and all that work takes a toll.
“On my back, on my leg, I couldn’t feel my neck. I couldn’t feel my knee. It’s part of the job. You gotta do it right,” said K. Javaid.
As plows clear the streets, they end up burying some of the cars that don’t get used often and after a few days of thawing and freezing, thawing and freezing, getting some of these cars out can be really tricky.
From the counties to the city, those buried cars are still everywhere.
Without a shovel, Chad Nester had to use his feet to clear his car.
“I haven’t moved it since Thursday so today is finally the day where I’m able to dig it out,” Nester said.
And while some are digging, others are just waiting, hoping some sunshine and warmer temperatures will clear away what shovels haven’t yet reached.
Hopefully the warmup later this week will help get rid of this snow.
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