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Detroit residents: Report unplowed streets here

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

Detroit's leaders are asking residents to report unplowed streets following a round of snow showers and extreme cold earlier this week. Many have called or emailed Fox 2.

Click on the video player to watch Randy Wimbley's report Sunday night at 10pm

Residents can fill out an online survey (http://bit.ly/DETPlow) or call (313) 224-3901 to report unplowed streets. Officials say they'll use the information to help prioritize and get plows out to those areas in most need.

Detroit received nearly 10 inches of snow followed by a deep freeze that saw temperatures dip to minus 15 earlier this week.

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