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Hurricane Sandy took down trees, wires and branches all over town on Monday, keeping public safety personnel busy.
Government, Police & Fire
High winds characterized Hurricane Sandy's impact on North Shore. Falling trees reportedly struck houses in couple of cases. Nobody reported injured during storm. Photo by Peter Brady of Lynnfield.
Information provided by Lynnfield Police. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Here are some important numbers to know as Hurricane Sandy makes its way through the area.
Police & Fire, Schools
Weather from Hurricane Sandy expected to affect region until at least the early morning hours of Tuesday. Today's trash collection put off until further notice.
Police & Fire
Back on October 29, 2011, a freak snowstorm hit Eastern Massachusetts right as Halloween was getting underway. Exactly one year later, a freak hurricane is working its way toward the region.
Several thefts reported at Simply Self Storage on Broadway in Lynnfield over the past week. After surveillance, police arrest two and are continuing investigation.
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