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18 inches of snow so far in Londonderry, but few mishaps


LONDONDERRY - As of 9 a.m. Saturday morning, a whopping 18 inches of snow had fallen in Londonderry, with no signs of the storm stopping anytime soon.


Despite the heavy snow, town emergency officials said there are no reported outages at this time.


Local police reported very few weather-related incidents. A minor two-car collision was reported at the Route 28 and Stonehenge Road intersection mid-afternoon yesterday.


A motorist lost control of his vehicle and slid off the roadway near Buttrick Road shortly before 3 a.m. on Saturday morning.


Emergency officials are urging residents to stay off the roads throughout the remainder of the storm today and during the clean-up phase.


Those with snow-related emergencies are encouraged to call the Londonderry Police Department at 432-1118 or the Londonderry Fire Department at 432-1124.


AGuilmet@newstote.com



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