Milford residents remember last week's blizzard

While things have resumed to normal at the Bridgeport Flyer diner in Milford, seven days ago the parking lot was filled with snow drifts almost

The city of Milford had the most snow of any community in southwestern Connecticut, a whopping 38 inches.

The city of Milford had the most snow of any community in southwestern Connecticut, a whopping 38 inches. (2/16/13)

MILFORD - While things have resumed to normal at the Bridgeport Flyer Diner in Milford, seven days ago the parking lot was filled with snow drifts almost as tall as some cars.

The city of Milford had the most snow of any community in southwestern Connecticut, a whopping 38 inches.

Many customers at the diner during the blizzard were snow plow drivers, police officers and other people who had to be out in the bad weather.

For those who stayed out late, it meant getting stranded at the diner, including News 12 videographers Chris Wood and Dan Renzetti, who took memorable shots of the storm.

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