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Vanessa Gordon-Watson has worked for Prince Georges County for more than 27 years. This morning, she drove her snow plow along the same route she has for the past six years on a dry run.
Matt Bush
Vanessa Gordon-Watson has worked for Prince Georges County for more than 27 years. This morning, she drove her snow plow along the same route she has for the past six years on a dry run.

Snow covered the roads in Prince Georges County, Maryland this morning. But only the snow plow drivers could see it.

Vanessa Gordon-Watson has worked for Prince Georges County for more than 27 years. This morning, she drove her snow plow along the same route she has for the past six years on a dry run. With temperatures in the fifties, there was no snow to move, but Gordon-Watson had other things to look out for.

Matt Bush reports...

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