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Winter Storm Hercules
Date: 1/2/2014 Album ID: 1750007
Photos by York Dispatch
Winter Storm Hercules flexed a little muscle over York County but the worst of the storm hit areas east and north. Snow began in the late afternoon and ended in the early morning. Bil Bowden and Bill Kalina photos bkalina@yorkdispatch.com
Judy Gregory clears snow from the driveway of her Jacobus Borough home Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, after Winter Storm Hercules dropped several inches in the county. BILL KALINA-bkalina@yorkdispatch.com
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Judy Gregory clears snow from the end of the driveway of her Jacobus Borough home Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, after Winter Storm Hercules dropped several inches in the county Thursday. BILL KALINA-bkalina@yorkdispatch.com
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This walker was nearly alone along Market Street on Thursday evening, keeping company only with a few cars.  Most drivers decided to stay off the roads. Thursday's snow began in the late afternoon, and by dinner time, roads were covered and traffic slowed to a walk.  Bil Bowden photos
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Michelle Keifer of York ended her work shift at Bath and Body Works in the West Manchester Mall but had to brush the driving snow from her car.  Thursday's snow began in the late afternoon, and by dinner time, roads were covered and traffic slowed to a walk.  Bil Bowden photos
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Janeva Potter of New York City made the bus trip to York Thursday evening in order to take a YTI exam on Friday. In heavy snow, Potter was dragging a large suitcase, pushing a plastic-covered stroller with one-year old daughter Aaleah Parker inside, and carrying a backpack and a few plastic bags down George Street to the Rabbit Transit station. She had to walk in the streets, she said, because the sidewalks weren't shoveled. Her dozen or so calls to the local cab company gave promises that she and her daughter would be picked up in an hour and a half. Unfortunately, the station was closing for the evening before that. The motorist who gave the pair a ride took them from near the county judicial building to Potter's mother's home in West Manchester Township. Thursday's snow began in the late afternoon, and by dinner time, roads were covered and traffic slowed to a walk.  Bil Bowden photos
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