DelDOT turns to secondary roads after storm

March 3, 2009 5:58:11 AM PST
The Delaware Department of Transportation says many primary roads are dry, but drivers should still be cautious, especially on secondary roads. Crews are continuing to plow, salt and sand secondary roads. Since crews started pre-treating roads on Sunday morning, they've used about 10,000 tons of salt.

The agency says many primary roads in New Castle County are clear and dry and primary roads in Kent County are passable. But in Sussex County blowing snow was causing significant drifting on Route 24, and crews are salting and plowing the secondary roads.

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