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Ali what can callous about the latest -- that's underway.
-- -- the travel ban that was put in place by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick it by executive order is still in place what we have seen.
Other traffic picking up here in the last couple of hours last night it really come to a stance of the work.
Not a lot of people out of the roads except for the snowplows and those emergency workers and firefighters that's what we're seeing a lot of today.
We're seeing people -- out and the word is that that travel ban.
I didn't help a lot over the course of this storm but there was still some two dozen -- plus a rescues around the state of folks that still ventured out into the storm.
And needed some help from our emergency service spokes of -- right now it's still in place we may hear something different from the governor is he steps up to the podium in about a half an hour.
As to the plans for Massachusetts roadways today.
They did -- here in Massachusetts the transit system remain shut down it's expected to station down throughout the day.
The -- are still closed so you -- check with your airline if that's even going to happen as well as wait and see with the governor will be announcing here in the upcoming hours ago.
There's still a lot of people without power across the state but for much of the state -- about digging out in those outlying areas like rent them in those communities in the suburbs.
A round Massachusetts.
You'll see a lot of digging today and that can be dangerous for folks.
We hear reports of -- carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks that's where things -- thirties or.
Urging people to take it easy as they're digging out today we don't wanna see those injuries and -- any more deaths occur because of this storm.
Areas like Worcester seeing it does snow out past that's -- about Massachusetts out mr.
-- they got over thirty inches some of those reports and then there's also quite a bit of flooding along the southern shores of Massachusetts the -- to it area Cape -- seeing some flooding as well.
And that's where the majority of the power outages are about 400000 people.
Still without power and we're just waiting -- an update as with the next step is as we move into the cleanup phase of the storm but -- -- and I thank you very much yeah.
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