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East Hampton Officials: Don't Drive, Unless Necessary

Credit: Reader photo
Credit: Reader photo
As snow continues to fall and the 5:00 p.m. commute nears, East Hampton officials are urging motorists to use caution and stay off the roads unless necessary. 

On its website, the town wrote, "Residents are urged to avoid any unnecessary travel, and refrain from parking vehicles on roadways." 

The town stated that highway personnel are working to clear roadways, and are ready to assist fire and EMS agencies should the need arise. 

All emergencies, the town said, should be reported to 911; non-emergency questions should be directed to 537-7575. 

According to the National Weather Service, ten to 14 inches of snow are expected to wallop the Long Island area before the last snow flake falls sometime Wednesday morning. 

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