Digging Out Broad Street

12/29/2010 in

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Crews were out in force on Monday morning in Lower Manhattan,  shoveling snow, salting sidewalks and keeping the neighborhood safe for workers, residents and visitors amid one of the largest blizzards in New York City’s history. (Photo by Brian DiFeo)

Red-coated Downtown Alliance crews (check them out here) used three plows and dozens of shovels and snow blowers as they spread more than 2.5 tons of salt on sidewalks and at bus stops, crosswalks,  subway entrances and other locations.

Tags: Downtown Alliance, Lower Manhattan

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