Police bust man for driving with snow-covered windshield


The Massachusetts State Police had a message for drivers as they headed back onto the roads after Tuesday's snowstorm: "Don't be this guy."

"This guy" is the driver that Trooper Paul Copponi pulled over on the Massachusetts Turnpike Wednesday morning. The driver had only removed a small amount of snow from his windshield, leaving the entire passenger side and roof covered in snow.

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Posted by FOX25 News on Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The Massachusetts State Police issued a strong warning on its Facebook page regarding the incident: "How little regard do you have to have for the lives and safety of your fellow citizens, not to mention your own life and safety, to do this? Rest assured, we are aggressively looking for anyone who is driving around like this today. Don't be this guy."

For more on the cleanup from Tuesday's winter storm, visit Fox25Boston.com.


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