St. Joseph County roads still being cleaned up after last week’s blizzard

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St. Joseph County is among the northern Indiana counties that got the worst of a winter storm that hit all of Indiana last week.

Through all the troubles that came with the storm from heavy snow fall to temperatures well below zero, county leaders say that roads, for the most part were cleared well by county transportation experts.

During the storm the county had 11 diesel powered truck break down due to gelling up of fuel and hydraulics because of the frigid temperatures.

They are now laying down salt to clear any remaining slick spots as temperatures warm back up.

As much as 15 inches of snow was measured in northern parts of St. Joseph County during last week’s winter storm.


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