Feb 9, 2016 4:29 PM
RYE - After effects from yesterday's storm created a rocky ride near the ocean.
Today, the NH DOT took to Route 1A to clear the road of an unusual item. Rocks had fallen from the seawall along the road because of the strong winds and waves.
Highway Maintainer Richard Cahoon also helped clean up using a bucket loader.
The seawall wasn't the only victim of the storm along the Seacoast.
During high tide on Thursday, Brown's Lobster Pound, a popular restaurant in Seabrook, was under several inches of water.
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