The Chicago Tribune, 27 January 2011
Publié le :
28 janvier 2011
Deepti Hajela, Jessica Gresko
"People across the Northeast wearily shoveled their sidewalks and dug out their cars again after getting clobbered by the latest in a seemingly never-ending string of snowstorms, this one an overachieving mess that packed more punch than anyone expected.
""I've lived in New York 70 years, and this year is the worst I remember," said Lenny Eitelberg, 77. "It's the continuity of it. It just keeps coming. Every week there's something new to be worried about. It's almost become comical."
"In the Washington area, up to 7 inches of snow renewed memories of last year's "snowpocalypse" and created chaos when it hit the nation's capital at the height of the evening rush hour Wednesday, forcing commuters into treacherous, eight-hour drives home. Even the president got caught in traffic."