Worker with the Kentucky Department of Transportation load trucks with salt Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, at the Mega Caverns in Louisville, Ky. Kentucky's salt supply of 60,000 tons is stored underground at the Mega Caverns, and due to the harsh winter, the salt supply is down to less than 25,000 tons.  Photo by Timothy D. Easley
Worker with the Kentucky Department of Transportation load trucks with salt Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, at the Mega Caverns in Louisville, Ky. Kentucky's salt supply of 60,000 tons is stored underground at the Mega Caverns, and due to the harsh winter, the salt supply is down to less than 25,000 tons. Photo by Timothy D. Easley Herald-Leader
Worker with the Kentucky Department of Transportation load trucks with salt Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, at the Mega Caverns in Louisville, Ky. Kentucky's salt supply of 60,000 tons is stored underground at the Mega Caverns, and due to the harsh winter, the salt supply is down to less than 25,000 tons. Photo by Timothy D. Easley Herald-Leader

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