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The last stop for D.C. blizzard snow

Last month, the D.C. region was hit with a massive blizzard that blanketed local streets and slowed motorists to a crawl. The snow mounds are still visible in some neighborhoods, but the rest of it sits in parking areas outside RFK Stadium. WTOP's Dave Dildine visited the site and captured the scene.

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