Kids break out sleds on unplowed Boston roads
BOSTON (WHDH) -- As everyone continues to dig out from the blizzard, the sun helped to melt some of the snow. But there are many side streets still buried.
Elm Street in Charlestown is still covered in snow. Cars are still hidden and people are growing frustrated.
“This here is unbelievable. I can't they wouldn't have plowed the street,” said Frank Telley.
Frank Telley's wife is on oxygen and he's worried about what may happen if something goes wrong.
“How is someone gonna come down? What if we lost electricity?” said Telley.
But we saw many plows and other machines working hard to clear those side streets.
In fact the city brought extra plows from all around New England to help.
“I think the major roads need to be cleared because if they're not and we are I know some are frustrated by it, but I’m sure the city is doing what they need to get us clear eventually,” said Jennifer Ray.
So if you are frustrated that your street isn't plowed well you can do what these folks did here- they turned their street into a sledding hill!
“Streets weren’t plowed. People were looking for a place to sled. This was as good a place as any,” said Barbara Parker, who was enjoying the snow.
Allowing everyone to take a break from the clean up and enjoy it before it's gone.
About 50 to 60 kids were out sledding on the hill to enjoy the snow!