Alex Hicks drove his salt truck with its plow down on Miles Point Way in Lexington on Wednesday. "It's been a handful," he said. Hicks spent the morning responding to police requests for specific roads that needed salting and plowing amid the deep freeze that has settled over the state.
Alex Hicks drove his salt truck with its plow down on Miles Point Way in Lexington on Wednesday. "It's been a handful," he said. Hicks spent the morning responding to police requests for specific roads that needed salting and plowing amid the deep freeze that has settled over the state. Herald-Leader
Alex Hicks drove his salt truck with its plow down on Miles Point Way in Lexington on Wednesday. "It's been a handful," he said. Hicks spent the morning responding to police requests for specific roads that needed salting and plowing amid the deep freeze that has settled over the state. Herald-Leader

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