Blizzard Pounds Massachusetts Town for 14 Hours
Marshfield, Mass. endured blizzard conditions for 14 hours, the longest of any New England town during Tuesday's blizzard.
Lt. Steve Marcolini of the Marshfield Police surveys the area where a section of sea wall broke during a blizzard in Marshfield, Mass.
A broken chain link fence is encrusted with ice following a blizzard in Marshfield, Mass. on Jan. 28.
Frozen sea spray coats a road sign and a church during the blizzard that slammed Marshfield, Mass., for 14 hours on Jan. 27.
A woman braces against the wind during the blizzard in Marshfield, Mass., on Jan. 27.
Denise Gorham and her daughter Jackie keep warm with a fire, after losing power in their ocean side house in Marshfield, Mass during the blizzard on Jan. 27.
A man walks his dog during blizzard conditions on Jan. 27, in Marshfield, Mass.
Waves crash against an ocean front house after a break in the sea wall during a winter blizzard in Marshfield, Mass. on Jan. 27.
Taylor Millar hugs her friend Jennifer Bruno after Bruno was forced to vacate her house when it was heavily damaged by ocean waves, Jan. 27, in Marshfield, Mass. The storm has punched out a section of the seawall in the coastal town of Marshfield, police said.