With main roads being top priority for Tri-State snow removal crews, and with a limited number of workers to clear the way, some neighborhoods have been left almost untouched.
Snow Complaints Piling Up in the Tri-State
Until supplies run out..... main roads are now the top priority for crews out on the streets.... with a limited number of workers to clear the way - some neighborhoods have been left almost untouched.... 44news reporter ella shemwell shares more - on the frustrations residents are feeling with crews.... out there and clean it up so no one gets hurt" romi kur-- says she's been trying to get her car out of her horse shoe shaped driveway since early this morning... "were trying just do where we we can do the front so the car can park" as the snow plows are clearing the main roads... this pushes the snow onto the side streets-- making it even harder for some to leave.... "we just all need to get prepared for it" when it comes to winter weather... it's not unlikely snow clearing complaints start piling up faster then the actual snow did.
The city of henderson was unable to speak with 44news... but they advise... if you can-- wait to shovel your driveways until they are finished clearing the area... this way-- you avoid double the work.
Residents in henderson are hoping road crews get the chance to make it to their neighborhoods -- before we encounter more winter weather this week.
In henderson-- ella shemwell- -44news