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Greenwich Declares Snow Emergency, Asks Residents To Move Cars

CTTransit bus slammed into a stone wall and utility pole at Soundview Drive and Arch Street on Saturday morning as the storm began.
CTTransit bus slammed into a stone wall and utility pole at Soundview Drive and Arch Street on Saturday morning as the storm began. Photo Credit: Greenwich Police via ‏@GreenwichCTPD

GREENWICH, Conn. — The town of Greenwich has declared a snow emergency as of 4 p.m. Saturday as a nor'easter continued to rage along the coastline.

Residents are asked to move their parks from designated snow emergency roads. Cars can be moved to lots and garages at municipal buildings.

Greenwich is under a Blizzard Warning and may get 18 to 24 inches of snow.

A list of snow emergency roads are available on the town's website .

On Saturday morning, one passenger was injured when a CTTransit bus snapped a utility pole on Soundview Drive in Greenwich.

Gov. Dannel Malloy urged drivers to stay off the roads on Saturday, but there were no traffic bans in place in Connecticut.

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