Indiana Residents Return to Work After Snow and Cold

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Hoosiers have started returning to work after three days of heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures only to find their commutes full of snow-rutted roads and buildings damaged by burst water pipes.
Commuters who hadn't ventured out since before Sunday's heavy snow found themselves navigating major thoroughfares still clogged Wednesday with slush or rutted from stubborn packed snow.
The Indianapolis Department of Public Works is asking drivers to be patient and to understand the city is recovering from the second highest, single-day snowfall in the city's history at 11.4 inches, behind only a 12.1-inch snowfall in 1906.
Damage from frozen water pipes that burst includes a ceiling collapse and a flooded wing at a northwestern Indiana nursing home and extensive flooding at the Lebanon Boys and Girls Club in central Indiana.