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See photos and videos of the significant damage that resulted from the nor’easter

Hank Connolly used a chainsaw to try to break down a tree that came down in his yard in Marshfield.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

With wind gusts topping 90 miles per hour and heavy rain drenching the region, the nor’easter took down trees and power lines and blocked roads across the state.

Paul Appleton from Cohasset stood on his boat that was washed up on the marsh during the storm in Cohasset Harbor.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
A utility company crew worked on repairs after a tree came down during the storm on Free Street in Hingham. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
A downed tree rested on Ocean Street in Marshfield on Oct. 27, 2021. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
The Kukulya family bailed out their boat in Green Pond in East Falmouth. Bill Greene/Globe Staff
A truck passed a fallen tree on route 3A in Marshfield on Wednesday.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
From left to right, members of the Cohasset High School football team, Nick Henry, Jackie Lyons, and Jay Fox, examined the toppled press box at Alumni Field in Cohasset.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Candace Lofgren shoped inside an open but dark Stop & Shop in Falmouth. Patrons were using the flashlights on their cellphones to navigate the trip. Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Crews worked to remove a tree felled by the nor’easter in Duxbury. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

A utility company crew worked on repairs on Border Street in Cohasset.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Boats washed up on the rocks in Cohasset Harbor.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Waves crashed over the seawall at Brant Rock in Marshfield.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
In Abington a recycle bin with stop signs attached to it stood in for the traffic lights thathad been knocked out when the town lost power.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A pedestrian braved the winds on St. James Street in Boston.Lane Turner/Globe Staff
Rough seas surround Boston Light and hit the Hull shore during the storm.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
A pedestrian held her hood down in front of the Boston Public Library.Lane Turner/Globe Staff
A worker passed an iced coffee to a customer inside a Dunkin’ that was selling their remaining donuts and iced coffee in the dark to customers for cash in Abington. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A tree brought down by the nor’easter sat on top of a truck on in Dorchester.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Shannon Larson can be reached at shannon.larson@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @shannonlarson98.