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Region weathers another storm

Snow piles up again, but fewer cars do the same

Glenville DPW crews load spreader trucks with sand and salt, just as the storm hit the area on Thursday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Glenville DPW crews load spreader trucks with sand and salt, just as the storm hit the area on Thursday morning.
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Almost every flight out of Albany International Airport was canceled Thursday afternoon, children got out of school early and snow fell in wind-blown heaps throughout the day. Despite the snow, though, most drivers avoided serious accidents, according to police. “They’re mostly just fender-benders. Everybody seems to be taking it slow,” said Schenectady police spokesman Lt. Mark McCracken, who added there were no injuries reported as of 6 p.m., after nine hours of snowfall. As of ...


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