Winter weather strikes again


Kenny Massie, truck driver at the Fayette County Engineer’s Office, finishes the end of a nearly 12-hour shift Monday to help keep the roads clear. In the back is another fresh load of around 16 tons of the salty mix, something the roads will need the next two days as Fayette County is expected to get between two to four inches overnight Tuesday, according to weather.com.

Kenny Massie, truck driver at the Fayette County Engineer’s Office, finishes the end of a nearly 12-hour shift Monday to help keep the roads clear. In the back is another fresh load of around 16 tons of the salty mix, something the roads will need the next two days as Fayette County is expected to get between two to four inches overnight Tuesday, according to weather.com.


Kenny Massie, truck driver at the Fayette County Engineer’s Office, finishes the end of a nearly 12-hour shift Monday to help keep the roads clear. In the back is another fresh load of around 16 tons of the salty mix, something the roads will need the next two days as Fayette County is expected to get between two to four inches overnight Tuesday, according to weather.com.

Kenny Massie, truck driver at the Fayette County Engineer’s Office, finishes the end of a nearly 12-hour shift Monday to help keep the roads clear. In the back is another fresh load of around 16 tons of the salty mix, something the roads will need the next two days as Fayette County is expected to get between two to four inches overnight Tuesday, according to weather.com.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/02/web1_20180205_150105.jpgKenny Massie, truck driver at the Fayette County Engineer’s Office, finishes the end of a nearly 12-hour shift Monday to help keep the roads clear. In the back is another fresh load of around 16 tons of the salty mix, something the roads will need the next two days as Fayette County is expected to get between two to four inches overnight Tuesday, according to weather.com.

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