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Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentRickie Jones of Spivey's Corner braved the conditions to wash his car in Clinton Wednesday before things got really bad later that day.
Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentRickie Jones of Spivey's Corner braved the conditions to wash his car in Clinton Wednesday before things got really bad later that day.
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Rickie Jones of Spivey’s Corner braved the conditions to wash his car in Clinton Wednesday before things got really bad later that day.


Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent


Mike Henry, sanitation equipment operator for the City of Clinton, was out on the job through the inclement conditions.


Donna Banks/Special to the Independent


Donna Banks, an SCC photography student in the soon to begin Shutterbugs II class, took this icy photo on a pond in Beaver Dam, a reflection of the ice and snow that has been a part of Sampson’s landscape since Tuesday.


Shannon Best/Sampson Independent


This icicle measured 33 inches long and was hanging from a residence off Rowan Road Wednesday afternoon. First snow, then freezing rain blanketed Sampson Wednesday night, the second round of winter weather in a 48-hour period that left as much as 7 1/2 inches of snow and about a tenth inch of ice.


Barbara Shook/Special to the Independent


Snow traces a dogwood limb in this Clinton backyard, showing the beauty of Tuesday’s downpour of white powder. That, however, quickly turned to ice and freezing rain late Wednesday afternoon, leaving more slush than fluff, as shown by Shutterbugs Photography Club member Barbara Shook.


 
 
 
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