Town of Brookhaven pleased to see plows

Crews plowed through the night and this morning

Crews plowed through the night and this morning to clear the roads. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

SYOSSET - Town of Brookhaven residents say they're happier with the storm response today than they were in the wake of last month's blizzard.

During the February nor'easter, Town of Brookhaven roads went unplowed for days. This time around, residents say crews worked through the night and all day to keep roads clear.

In Nassau County, especially northern Nassau, the tone was not nearly as upbeat. Drivers say the roads were bad, and some say they witnessed accidents. When the snow defied most forecasts and continued falling well into the afternoon, many drivers in Nassau County told News 12 that they had simply had enough.

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