Vehicles remain frozen in ice 5 days later in Edgewater

After heavy rainfall and a sharp temperature drop last week, vehicles in an Edgewater parking lot near the Hudson River have been frozen in place for five days.

News 12 Staff

Dec 26, 2022, 5:55 PM

Updated 576 days ago

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After heavy rainfall and a sharp temperature drop last week, vehicles in an Edgewater parking lot near the Hudson River have been frozen in place for five days. 
Nine vehicles remain frozen in the parking lot, though there were more prior to Dec. 26. Some of the vehicle owners have come daily to check on their cars, hoping to extract them from the ice. 
Heavy rains and high tides that kicked off last Thursday brought lots of flooding and water into the parking lot nearby Edgewater Commons. Certain parts of the ice were nearly two feet deep. 
Car owners are not only worried about freeing their cars, but about any other damages that the vehicle may have dealt with during the flooding last week. 


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