By Tim Jimenez
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Another winter storm in the forecast means little rest for the plows and salt trucks throughout the region.READ MORE: 'Arrow Came In As An Owner Surrender,' Now Has New Job With Lower Southampton Police Department
Crews have been out cleaning up the snow, ice and slush from yesterday, and they won’t get too much of a break, with a forecasted four-plus inches of snow on the horizon.
Rick Elliott is a contractor here in Norristown. A busy winter is good for business, but he can’t wait for spring when he won’t have to navigate around certain driversREAD MORE: Philadelphia Residents 'Getting Swarmed' By Illegal ATVs, Street Bikes Prompts Emergency Meeting With City Leaders
“Trying to do your job and then you get somebody that’s trying to squeeze up along side you and squirt around you and that’s how accidents happen,” he says. “Most of the accidents could probably be prevented.”
Another issue, salt is not that easy to come by this time of year. He says suppliers don’t have too much in stock because it’s March and they don’t want to have a huge surplus going into the warmer months.MORE NEWS: COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Phil Murphy Wants All Schools In State To Have In-Person Instruction
“And here we are, fighting to get product,” he says.