10 of the Craziest Images From Last Week’s Nor’easter

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Watertown Police
This image of power lines toppled by the strong winds in Watertown, Massachusetts, went viral last week, even appearing on the front page of the New York Times.
Woodman's of Essex
Woodman's of Essex shared this photo of C.K. Pearl restaurant surrounded by water - and white caps! - during the storm.
Areas of Boston experienced major flooding during high tide.
A kayaker paddles down the street in Hampton, New Hampshire.
Tewksbury Police Department
Police in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, said the driver of this Jeep, who was the only one in the car at the time, was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a tree fell on East Street.
Here's a look at flooding in Ipswich, Massachusetts, during the storm.
Stephen Beyer
A bicyclist moving through floodwaters at Columbus Park in Boston on Friday.
Steve Holt
A man in East Boston just going for a leisurely kayak along streets during Friday's nor'easter.
Quincy Police Department
"That yellow dot is Lt. Gillan of our Marine Unit. Just to give you an idea of the depth of this water - he's over 6 ft tall," the Quincy Police Department said in a social media post.
The storm toppled numerous trees, crushing this house in Sandwich, Massachusetts.
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