(ABC 6 NEWS) -- The historic spring storm that hit last week brought record-breaking snowfall totals, and it also brought a lot of damage.
Cleanup has officially begun at Oakwood Cemetery in Rochester. More than 100 trees were damaged in Thursday's snowstorm, creating a mess and adding to an already busy spring.
"This is a lot of work for us that we really didn't need. I would guess this is gonna take at least two weeks to get the trees cleaned up and get everything chipped," said Kyle Lee, the cemetery's superintendent.
There are trees down all around the cemetery, but fortunately there was no serious damage done to any of the memorials there.
"We'll get a lot of traffic in here over the next couple weeks with families coming in. It is disheartening for families to come in and see this, the way it is," said Lee.