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As Duxbury prepared for a potentially historic winter storm to hit on Monday, emergency crews crawled down the streets, spreading sand and salt and making sure responders were at the ready
Governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency Monday afternoon and implemented a travel ban for the beginning of the week ahead of the storm that was slated to hit Monday night and last through Wednesday
In Duxbury, the Emergency Operations Center was activated at 6 p.m. on Monday for residents who needed non-emergency assistance.
Ahead of the storm, the Duxbury Fire Department reminded Gurnet Road residents to be aware of destructive high tides and said, “voluntary evacuation is prudent.”
Superintendent of schools Dr. Ben Tantillo closed school on Tuesday, due to the blizzard.
The Duxbury Senior Center will serve as a warming center during the storm for those residents who lose power.
The Duxbury Free Library also closed for the storm, closing at 4 p.m. on Monday and all day Tuesday.