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March 09, 2013
John Tlumacki/Globe staff
A home lay on its side after sliding off its foundation around 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Another view of the home on Plum Island.
A Plum Island home was demolished after it slid from its foundation on Friday.
The $800,000 house fell into the high tide.
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Kayakers paddled down the flooded esplanade area of Brant Rock in Marshfield.
Kathy O'Brien made her way along the flooded Esplanade in the Brant Rock section of Marshfield.
Marshfield and neighboring Scituate were hit hard by Friday morning’s high tide.
A National Guard humvee made its way through the flooded Esplanade section of Brant Rock in Marshfield.
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.
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A house on Plum Island toppled shortly after 8:30 a.m.
Pounding surf ripped the home from its foundation.
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A concrete slab fell from the home.
A fridge floated down the beach at Plum Island.
The storm battered the coast along Plum Island.
Homeowner Bob Connor (right) walked with emergency worker Dave Lager on the Plum Island beach.
A home on Plum Island that was designed to stand on pilings in open water.
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.
Snow covered Hanson Farm in Bridgewater.
Geoff Fales, a business manager at Lance Buick in Mansfield, cleaned off one of the 250 snow-covered cars in the lot.
Snow and ice cover an eye-catching display of a car in the side of an auto-body shop in Mansfield.
Birds fed at a birdfeeder in Pembroke during the storm.
Plows made their way along Route 104 in Bridgewater.
Paul Dennis cleared his driveway in Raynham.
A tractor-trailer jackknifed on Route 495 west in Raynham.
Jonathan Wiggs / Globe Staff
Wet snow filled the streets in Scituate.
Water rose up to a car's bumper in Scituate.
The storm surge flooded streets in Scituate.
A National Guard humvee pushed through a flooded Scituate street.
Members of the Scituate Fire Rescue Dive Team responded to reports of a gas leak.
A humvee was parked near a closed road in Scituate.