ALBANY, N.Y. — Many roads have been plowed in the
Capital Region, but some remain unclear, making travel dicey for drivers.
Now that the snow storm has passed the area, many
residents are beginning to dig out.
Albany resident Alfred Bond is helping his neighbors dig
out. He helped a woman out on Livingston Avenue when her car wouldn't budge
with all the snow stuck underneath it. He grabbed his shovel and went to work.
Albany resident Yolanda Thomas also has been out all
morning trying to unbury her car she parked on the street. She says she took
off of work because of the weather and plans on spending the day shoveling out
with the help of her family on this Valentine's Day.