02-19-2022 Montgomery County, PA – Snow Squalls & Damage – 4K

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B-Roll (ENG) of snow squalls & damage that includes a tree that was uprooted and crashed down onto a no outlet roadway in Springfield Township, Montgomery County due to strong wind gusts between 35 and 45mph. The video package also shows the entire complete scene where the tree was uprooted and crashed with the Township Public Works Foreman and PECO on scene awaiting Asplundh’s arrival for removal of the uprooted crashed tree.

Snow Squalls Could Drop Visibility, Create Dangerous Driving Conditions

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“We are going to take care of it, PECO is going to de-energize it and Asplundh will remove it,” Pat DePaul Springfield Township Public Works Foreman said Saturday afternoon while on scene.

Snow squall warnings remain in effect after an intense bout of heavy snow and strong winds struck portions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts on Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service said. Snow squalls are considered by the weather agency to be “one of the most dangerous winter weather phenomena.”

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