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NYC Parks urges caution during the snow storm predicted for Monday afternoon through Tuesday evening. Heavy ice and snow can cause hazardous conditions in parks, including falling branches and treacherous frozen park paths. NYC Parks advises New Yorkers to avoid using parks until Wednesday morning, when we will provide an update on park conditions.

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September 2010 Storm Damage 

September 2010 Storm Damage


Description:A street is covered in telephone wires, fallen limbs and trees in the Juniper Valley Park area in Queens. As of Tuesday, Parks had completed about 70% of inspections.

Location: Juniper Valley Park, Queens
Date: September 17, 2010

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