caused that fire. this morning to dig out, you likely had a mess on your hands. 12 news tim elliott found people on the city's eastside who had their work cut out for them on the way to work. tim this was a very common sight : in the city of milwaukee monday morning, cars buried under several inches of snow, a lot of people having to dig themselves out before heading into work. miranda olsen is doing what a she got up extra early just to clean off her car. miranda i wasn't sure if we were : going to the full 6 to 10 inches, but it looks like we did. tim olsen lives on the eastside : where parking is notoriously tricky. throw in seven inches of snow, and things get even more complicated. over at uwm, the plows were busy on the sidewalks and in the parking lots. >> not the best, but you deal with it. dangerous. we spotted this crash at oakland and north. milwaukee's dpw had almost 300 pieces of equipment out overnight and this morning. after clearing the main roads, crews focused their attention on the side streets. >> the winter is fine. we live in milwaukee, wisconsin, so it is expected.
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