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SNOW: How did the snow impact Fort Wayne?

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne's NBC drove around the Fort to see how the snow impacted people across the city.

The snow is coming down harder in the area near the Jorgensen Family YMCA in Fort Wayne.What does it look like in your area?

Publicado por Louie Tran en Miércoles, 12 de febrero de 2020

Fort Wayne's NBC stopped by the Jorgensen Family YMCA in Fort Wayne on Wednesday.

Workers at the center treated the sidewalks with salt to help keep families safe.

"I don't want them (families) to slide and get hurt," said Cherrick Swazer, works at the YMCA.

Officials with the Jorgensen YMCA said if schools are cancelled or delayed on Thursday, a few of their programs will be open including their Childcare Program.

Officials said kids who are members can come by to study, work on their e-learning or play.

The Jorgensen Y is for the community," said Emily Marini, Membership Director. "We're here to strengthen the community so it's important for us to provide a safe place for our members to come."

Fort Wayne's NBC stopped by Jefferson Pointe where the most of the parking lot was empty and covered in snow.

Fort Wayne's NBC also stopped by the Clyde Theatre where the parking lot was mostly filled.

Several people said they didn't let the snow stop them from enjoying their concert with Alter Bridge.

"You know it's not so bad," said James Bradford, a fan. "It's going to be a lot worse later."

"I mean it's definitely not my favorite, but it's worth it," said Ethan Kocks, a fan.

Louie Tran

Louie Tran is the weekend anchor for Fort Wayne’s NBC at 6 and 11pm and a weekday general assignment reporter. To share story ideas, please email him at ltran@wpta21.com.

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