The first major snowstorm of 2017 dumped more than a foot of snow on western Massachusetts.
A first responder told 22News a snow free pathway can make the difference between life and death in an emergency situation.
A look at how much snow fell across the region during the snowstorm on Thursday, February 9, 2017.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Pagliei was live at The X in Springfield, but something was moving behind her.
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Governor Charlie Baker reminded Massachusetts residents to stay off the roads if they can, to help the clean-up crews.
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More than 50 million people were under winter storm watches and warnings.
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A 65 year-old man had to be flown to Baystate Medical Center, after being struck by a car while crossing the street.
The governor said that crews are hard at work statewide trying to get all the roadways clear for drivers.
22News traveled to Route 5 in West Springfield on Thursday, where traffic was moving along much better than it was earlier in the day.
The storm brought a large amount snow to Franklin County. 22News traveled to Greenfield for a look at the road conditions and the snowfall.
In Hampshire County, the snow was piling up all Thursday afternoon. 22News traveled to Northampton for a look at the snow.
Many Boston residents didn’t let the snow keep them indoors. 22News spoke with people who made the best out of this “Snow Day”.
As the snow continues to come down, the PVTA plans on ending all bus service early Thursday afternoon.
The Springfield-based bus line has not been running any buses north of New York City all day.
The fairly mild weather we’ve had this year has been hard on companies that rely on plowing for wintertime income.
Despite the slippery conditions on the highways, truck drivers still need to reach their destinations on time.
Hardly any businesses were open today and those that were took a big hit.