Cleanup continues following weekend snowstorm

Downed trees and power lines have emergency crews busy as cleanup from this past weekend's storm continues.West Milford was the hardest-hit by snowfall with 19

WEST MILFORD - Downed trees and power lines have emergency crews busy as cleanup from this past weekend's storm continues.

West Milford was the hardest-hit by snowfall with 19 inches of snow. An estimated 1,500 people in the Passaic County town are still without power. Many trees in the town collapsed from the weight of the snow, some bringing down power lines.

People that live in the town tell News 12 New Jersey that they never expected to be plowing this early.

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