Albany -- Many people in Worth County get a reminder of Tropical Storm Frances every time they get in their car because of muddy roads.
About 90 % of the county's dirt roads turned into a muddy mess from the heavy rains. Public Works crews are busy spreading sand and rocks on the roads to make them passable.
"All the buses were able to get through. There were some blow outs, but we were able to handle everything. By this afternoon we will be in pretty go shape," says Ronnie Bradshaw, Public Works Director for Worth County.
Bradshaw says if you know of a road in your area that has been damaged by Frances contact the public works office.