Central, eastern Suffolk hit the hardest by the storm

Weather officials say yesterday?s storm hit the hardest in central to eastern Suffolk County.Numerous crashes and a few flipped cars led Suffolk to declare a

MATTITUCK - Weather officials say yesterday?s storm hit the hardest in central to eastern Suffolk County.

Numerous crashes and a few flipped cars led Suffolk to declare a snow emergency. There were no serious injuries reported.

County Executive Steve Levy monitored the storm from the emergency management command center in Yaphank and says the county dodged another bullet.

One of the highest snow totals in the area was Mount Sinai with 20 inches. Mattituck and Baiting Hollow received about 18 inches.

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