Dave Schneider shook his head as he surveyed the scene around him. Inside a stadium parking lot, there were mountains of snow piled high as far as the eye could see.
“It’s a horror show,” the dump truck driver said. “It’s just, there’s no way to keep up with it right now.”
Days after a blizzard clobbered the East Coast, officials across the region were still dealing with a difficult problem: where to put all the snow.
In Washington, truckloads of snow came rumbling into the parking lot of RFK Stadium, where city officials said they planned to bring a machine that can melt 60 tons of snow an hour.