PHOTOS: Wareham residents play in, clean up from snowstorm

Mar 14, 2018
Photo by: Tara DiGiantomaso Tara DiGiantomaso sent in this photo of her dog, Sophie, enjoying the snow in the Blackmore Pond area.

Wareham residents spent much of Wednesday shoveling, pushing stuck cars and playing in the snow after a wild nor'easter Tuesday.

The nor'easter knocked out power for thousands and brought down trees across town. Schools and town offices were closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

For photos from the storm, see the gallery below.

Cindy Clark captured this image of trees fallen on her home at 158 Hathaway Street. (Photo by: Cindy Clark)
Agawam Cemetery is covered in a heavy layer of snow on Wednesday after the snowstorm hit Wareham. (Photo by: Andrew Griffith)
Onset Fire Chief Ray Goodwin checks to see if a downed primary wire on Pine Tree Drive is live during the height of Tuesday's storm. (Photo by: Jaime Rebhan)
Swifts Beach was covered in mounds of snow on Wednesday. (Photo by: Lydia Goerner)
Anna Manglia, 7, heads down a hill on her sled in Onset. (Photo by: Lydia Goerner)
Rylee Tobiaz, 12, Briana Tobiaz, 4 and Angelina Rouvalis, 7, bundled up in front of the Depot Crossing Apartments on Wednesday morning after a storm canceled school. (Photo by: Lydia Goerner)
Apollo Rouvalis, 2, stands in front of a snowdrift taller than he is. (Photo by: Lydia Goerner)
A storm-damaged home on Meadowlark Drive. (Photo by: Zach Seaver)
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