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Snow daze

Feb. 18, 2015, 2:59 PM

The winter storm that swept through Middle Tennessee this week brought a little bit of everything to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the rest of the region — rain, sleet, ice, snow, high winds and bitter cold temperatures. (photos by Anne Rayner)

Plant Operations crews worked to clear roads and sidewalks across campus.
The sun broke out at times on Wednesday.

 

VUMC’s Blaine Neltner spreads salt outside the entrance to The Vanderbilt Clinic.
From left, ophthalmic technologists Terry Hershorin and Deanna Casto and Anita Agarwal, M.D., take a brisk stroll outside Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

 

Heavy ice brought down a magnolia tree between Medical Center North’s round wing and the Zerfoss Student Health Center.
The Emergency Operations Center in Medical Center North was open throughout the week to ensure hospital and clinic operations ran smoothly.

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