Hospital employees battled white-out conditions to get into work Sunday morning in snow-ravaged Boston.
Some, however, were grateful to accept a generous offer from the head of the city's police department.
Necn spotted Commissioner William Evans as he drove some hospital workers to Massachusetts General Hospital.
"I think the city's doing a good job, but obviously, we hope everybody hangs in their house and lets the city do their job," said Evans. "All in all, I think we're doing the best we can do."
There is no travel ban in effect, but city and state officials have asked people to stay off the roads if they don't need to be anywhere.