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Workers use elevator to remove snow from University of Iowa building

I've never seen snow transported via elevator before.  The images coming out of this storm are impressive.  You can see our slideshow of the storm here.  Msnbc.com users have been sending us their images from the storm, see those here, and upload your own images of the storm here.  And here's one more image you shouldn't miss.

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University of Iowa evironmental systems mechanic Dennis Schintler (L) and electrician Steve Denneny use an elevator to carry out some of the snow that had blown into the Carver Biomedical Reseach Building's air supply intake Feb. 2, in Iowa City, Iowa. The snow had blown ind during a massive storm and restricted the building's intake. Almost 20 inches of snow fell in parts of the Midwest as the National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for southeastern Iowa and much of Illinois. Snow is forecast to continue today and move east toward New England and the East Coast.

 

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University of Iowa violin masters student Andrew Uhe uses a cookie sheet to sled down the hill behind Lincoln Elementary School Feb. 2, in Iowa City, Iowa.

 

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An American flag lies frozen to the ground Wednesday, Feb. 2 in a parking lot in New Carlisle, Ohio.