Lexington Salt Trucks Treating Roads To Avoid Icy Morning Commute

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 12/26/2012 11:58 pm
     Lexington-Fayette County Snow Plow drivers were busy Wednesday evening patrolling city streets around the clock for ice and slick conditions.

     Although there wasn't much snow sticking to the ground the main concern was the wet conditions turning icy with temperatures dropping below freezing Wednesday night.

     The plows are divided into sections of the city to cover. Most crews working a section say when there's snow or ice on the roads it takes them about four to five hours to complete their run.

     Crews say they'll spend all night working the roads making sure they're safe for drivers in the morning.
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