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pnwlocalnews.com's Photos of the Week | Dec. 13-19
In light of the snow storm that's swept across and crippled parts of Washington state, this week's Photos of the Week feature shots of the snow from around the Puget Sound region.
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Bainbridge Island Review staffers caught multiple images of auto wrecks and icy roads as the first big winter storm of 2008 blew across the island.
Hand prints and the word 'love' were left behind in the snow at Kent's Town Square Plaza during Thursday's snow storm.
Charles Cortes/Kent Reporter
Dawson Burger, 9, (left) and Parker Andre, 11, slip and slide down the driveway of their apartment complex in downtown Mercer Island on Thursday, Dec. 18. School was closed Wednesday and Thursday due to record snow in the Eastside area.
Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter
A stranded driver waits in his car as it sits in the ditch tilted above the ground on Tracyton Boulevard NW Thursday. More snow for the region is expected on Sunday.
Photo by Jesse Beals
Oak Harbor resident Debbie Gallo runs down SW Third Avenue Wednesday morning. She planned to run her usual six miles despite the several inches of snow that blanketed Whidbey Island.
Nathan Whalen/Whidbey News-Times