SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 News) - On Christmas Eve, UDOT brought workers in to work the roads — with snow falling, and more expected before Christmas morning.
“A lot of times, it will come in a lot earlier than it says,” said Robert Giolas, a UDOT station supervisor, referring to the snow.
He says nine crew members came in to work the overnight shift on Christmas Eve — helping treat roads in the Salt Lake Metro Area.
"I know I've got family out there, everybody's got family out there visiting. Other families from every part of the state. We just want to make sure everybody travels safely,” said Giolas.
After the overnight shift, Giolas says more employees will be coming in at 4 a.m.
And, he says, crews won’t stop until the storm is done.
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