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Snow leaves twisted landscape

For days the snow piled up, plowed and shoveled into mountains wherever there was room for it. Now, as it begins to melt away the collateral damage caused by tons of the stuff has begun to emerge. Busted fire hydrants, toppled fences, twisted sign posts, crumbled walls, small trees and bushes crushed beyond recognition. We are collecting photos of the footprint left by the double-blizzard of 2010. Please send us yours. Click here to submit your latest.

By Michael Bolden  |  February 25, 2010; 11:42 AM ET
 
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One thing I noticed is that there seem to be some significant and long stretches of road where every single street light is out. Driving home from Tysons into DC in the evening, I'd say 3/4 of the lights are out on I-66 and the T.R. Bridge.

Posted by: thetan | February 25, 2010 12:37 PM | Report abuse

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