Plow drivers make significant headway cleaning up Wednesday's snowfall

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SAGINAW COUNTY (WJRT) (12/14/2017) - In Saginaw County, much of the work clearing up snow is done.

Most of the main roads and highways seem to be clear, but the side streets are still tricky.

D&M Services Pro Owner Mike Dickerson and his 14 other plow drivers have been working on some of those side roads and driveways around Davison.

His crew has been working nonstop for more than 24 hours trying to remove the several inches of snow that came down. Their work isn't done, because they'll be at it again later during the night to do touch up work.

Depending on the workload, they'll have around 20 employees working during the winter. Dickerson says they usually service more than a hundred different locations.

This company is also an MDOT approved company, which means they handle state-owned property.

Dickerson said despite the lack of sleep he's glad to be busy. The holidays are right around the corner and Mid-Michigan hasn't seen this much snow in a long time.

"A lot of phone calls, a lot of people at the last minute trying to sign up. You know, they think about the snow at the very last minute when the snowfall is going to be 3 to 6 inches," D&M Services Pro Owner Mike Dickerson said.

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