Crews work to restore flood damage in Scituate, Mass.

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January 4, 2014, 1:18 pm
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(NECN: John Moroney, Scituate, Mass.) – The storm that hit New England with the New Year left significant flooding and damage along the northeastern shoreline, particularly in Scituate, Mass.

Part of Oceanside Drive has been closed down due to the amount of water that had made its way over the barriers on Friday. Crews are working to repair sections of it.

Ice could be seen encasing homes and electrical wires on the road.

In addition, part of the sea wall had been knocked out as a result of the flooding.

This section of Scituate is accustomed to dealing with harsh winter storms hitting their homes.

Tags: massachusetts, winter storm, John Moroney, Scituate, Hercules, Oceanside Drive
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