TELL US: Did Hurricane Sandy Alter your Halloween Plans?
The storm's wrath caused widespread damage throughout the Commonwealth. Did it disrupt your trick-or-treating plans this year?
As crews continue to restore power and clean up damage left in Hurricane Sandy's wake across the Commonwealth, the storm may have inadvertently placed a bit of a speed bump in Halloween for some this year.
Uprooted trees, downed wires, snapped tree limbs and other damage lined the roads of neighborhoods throughout much of the state, though Massachusetts was able to avoid much of the destruction and devastation seen in New York, New Jersey and elsewhere along the East Coast this week.
But even one downed wire or hanging limb can be enough to cause safety issues . . . especially for youngsters looking to hit the roads on Halloween night for trick-or-treating.
So, today, we're wondering - did Hurricane Sandy, and the damage the storm caused, put a damper in your Halloween plans? If so, how did you spend Halloween night? Let us know in the comment section.