NYC sanitation continues to win friends, influence people

Sanitation crews dumped tons of dirty snow from the Christmas-weekend blizzard into the city’s biggest Jewish cemetery, toppling 21 gravestones and wrecking an iron fence.

“It’s jarring, and it’s an emotional thing,” said Yana Zhuravel, a Brooklyn lawyer whose grandparents’ headstones at Washington Cemetery in Midwood, Brooklyn, were among those knocked over.