Drivers return to vehicles abandoned at height of storm

Drivers were forced to leave their cars idle as heavy snow and driving winds ravaged the region. Unfortunately, some say their shovels and de-icing tools

Many drivers say their shovels are stuck inside their cars, which are buried in snow.

Many drivers say their shovels are stuck inside their cars, which are buried in snow. (2/9/13)

BRIDGEPORT - Drivers who abandoned their cars during the winter storm Friday night returned Saturday to find their vehicles buried in more than 2 feet of snow.

Drivers were forced to leave their cars idle as heavy snow and driving winds ravaged the region. Unfortunately, some say their shovels and de-icing tools were trapped in their trunks, leaving them out of luck.

Bridgeport officials hope to bring in plows from private contractors and nearby towns to help with the cleanup. 
 

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