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Snow Fighting Crews to DC, January 27, 2016MassDOT today in cooperation with other state agencies dispatched crews, volunteers and equipment to assist with snow removal in Washington, D.C.

Highway Administrator Tom Tinlin joined Highway Division employees as they gathered at depots in Chicopee and Auburn before departing for the nation’s capital.

MassDOT is sending an 80 Ton Snow Melter along with five Front End Loaders and other equipment.

Crews are anticipated to work through the weekend. MassDOT and the Commonwealth received significant federal and state assistance during last winter’s record-breaking snow and are pleased to respond in kind today.

Snow Fighting Team to DC, January 27, 2016Thank you to all those helping another region dig out following a severe winter storm!

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