Locking Down Parks And Restrooms After Hours Due To Vandalism

In Guilford County, felled trees blocked major roads including U.S. 29, and corralled residents in neighborhoods. They also left numerous intersections without working traffic lights, including large swathes of major thoroughfares like West Wendover Avenue and West Market Street. Flooding also left areas such as East Cone Boulevard impassable at some points — although teens were not deterred from turning the closed, waterlogged roads into playgrounds.

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