Bronx residents still digging out after storm

Residents in City Island are still shoveling out two days later after Tuesday's nor'easter that left the Bronx littered with ice and snow.



Many residents took to the street on William Avenue Thursday to clear out snow from underneath their cars and shovel off their sidewalks. 



One man who is new to the neighborhood says he regrets not removing the snow earlier. 



Much of the snow froze over due to a mixture of sleet and ice that fell during the nor'easter and froze after temperatures plummeted.


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