Fire and ice: Engineer Chadwick Pridgen, left, and Capt. Alan Booth of the Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department work a fire in the cold on Jan. 8, 2009, at Speight Apartments. Fire departments take special steps to ensure that water-soaked firefighters are protected when battling winter blazes.
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Fire and ice: Engineer Chadwick Pridgen, left, and Capt. Alan Booth of the Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department work a fire in the cold on Jan. 8, 2009, at Speight Apartments. Fire departments take special steps to ensure that water-soaked firefighters are protected when battling winter blazes.

Outside workers brace for winter weather

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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The weather might not seem bad now, but colder weather is on its way, bringing difficult working conditions with it.

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