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No major accidents reported in Goffstown

GOFFSTOWN – As the snow blanketed the town Tuesday, police Lt. Keith Chauvette said they have been busy with disabled vehicles but no major accidents have been reported.

A tractor-trailer couldn't make it up the hill on High Street near Smith Road, and the Public Works Department had to close the road for a short time.

"A lot of cars got stuck in the snow, but other than that, there's nothing major," he said at 4:45 p.m.

Police have been on the roads keeping an eye on traffic and drivers.

"Some of them don't clean off their windshields and go a little bit too fast for these conditions, and we target that," he said.

Police also issued a snow emergency and parking ban through 7 a.m. Wednesday. Street parking is prohibited until the ban is lifted.

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