Morning high tide floods areas in Scituate and Marshfield ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page John Tlumacki/Globe staff A home lay on its side after sliding off its foundation around 2 a.m. Saturday morning. John Tlumacki/Globe staff Another view of the home on Plum Island. John Tlumacki/Globe staff A Plum Island home was demolished after it slid from its foundation on Friday. John Tlumacki/Globe staff The $800,000 house fell into the high tide. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Kayakers paddled down the flooded esplanade area of Brant Rock in Marshfield. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Kathy O'Brien made her way along the flooded Esplanade in the Brant Rock section of Marshfield. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Marshfield and neighboring Scituate were hit hard by Friday morning’s high tide. Barry Chin/Globe Staff A National Guard humvee made its way through the flooded Esplanade section of Brant Rock in Marshfield. Barry Chin/Globe Staff A front-end loader cleared rocks and debris from flooding from Ocean Street in Marshfield. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe staff A road was severely flooded in Scituate. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A house on Plum Island toppled shortly after 8:30 a.m. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Pounding surf ripped the home from its foundation. David L. Ryan/Globe staff A concrete slab fell from the home. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A fridge floated down the beach at Plum Island. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The storm battered the coast along Plum Island. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Homeowner Bob Connor (right) walked with emergency worker Dave Lager on the Plum Island beach. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A home on Plum Island that was designed to stand on pilings in open water. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Plum Island homeowner Bob Connor stood in his home during the storm. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Ryan Reed (left) got a hand from his friend Kyle Young as they tried to pull a downed tree branch in Bridgewater. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Snow covered Hanson Farm in Bridgewater. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Geoff Fales, a business manager at Lance Buick in Mansfield, cleaned off one of the 250 snow-covered cars in the lot. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Snow and ice cover an eye-catching display of a car in the side of an auto-body shop in Mansfield. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Birds fed at a birdfeeder in Pembroke during the storm. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Plows made their way along Route 104 in Bridgewater. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Paul Dennis cleared his driveway in Raynham. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff A tractor-trailer jackknifed on Route 495 west in Raynham. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff Wet snow filled the streets in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff Water rose up to a car's bumper in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff The storm surge flooded streets in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff A National Guard humvee pushed through a flooded Scituate street. Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff Members of the Scituate Fire Rescue Dive Team responded to reports of a gas leak. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe staff A humvee was parked near a closed road in Scituate.