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You think we have it bad in Toronto?

Brett Glover is a news anchor at Rock 95 in Barrie and says it's not everyday you see plows pulled off the roads.

But that's exactly what happened in parts of Simcoe County on Tuesday.

Areas just north of Barrie were seeing more snow pile on top of the 40cms they'd already received. In some cases the amount of new snow was reaching 3 feet.

Glover says the OPP have advised motorists to stay off the roads in some cases.

Believe it or not, in Grey County, every single provincial road has been closed.

So far there have been no fatalities.

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You think we have it bad in Toronto?

Brett Glover is a news anchor at Rock 95 in Barrie and says it's not everyday you see plows pulled off the roads.

But that's exactly what happened in parts of Simcoe County on Tuesday.

Areas just north of Barrie were seeing more snow pile on top of the 40cms they'd already received. In some cases the amount of new snow was reaching 3 feet.

Glover says the OPP have advised motorists to stay off the roads in some cases.

Believe it or not, in Grey County, every single provincial road has been closed.

So far there have been no fatalities.

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