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Trees, Debris Clog Nashua Roads After Wild Night Of Weather

Patch logo Patch 10/17/2019 Scott Souza
a green and black sign: Nashua Department of Public Works urge caution driving in the city Thursday as they work to clear nearly a dozen intersections from storm damage. © Shutterstock Nashua Department of Public Works urge caution driving in the city Thursday as they work to clear nearly a dozen intersections from storm damage.

NASHUA, NH — Nashua Department of Public Works personnel are working to clear intersections and reopen lanes of traffic throughout the city after a wild night of wind and rainy weather. Nashua DPW cited 10 locations in the city that drivers should avoid Thursday morning due to down tree limbs and branches.

"There are trees and tree limbs down all over Nashua," Nashua DPW posted on its Facebook page. "Most roads with limbs/trees down are passable — please try to avoid the following areas if possible this morning."

Among the areas affected in Nashua Thursday are: Summer Street between Granite and Norton Streets; Manchester Street near Watson Street; Intersection of Columbia and Westminster; Intersection of Fifield and Allds; Intersection of Gilson and Main Dunstable; Intersection of Courtland and Berkeley; Chestnut Street; and Pemberton Road near the Belfast Street intersection.”

Nashua DPW also said one lane is closed at the East Dunstable and Constantine intersection where police are on the scene helping to direct traffic.

New Hampshire State Police are also urging caution and patience on Thursday with roads as drivers can come up on debris on roads and highways unexpectedly.

Check back with Patch for any updates on road conditions throughout Thursday.

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