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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Information from the Georgia Department of Transportation-

Georgia DOT Crews are treating ice on bridges along the Georgia-Florida Parkway, and Friday morning were in Worth County.

Georgia Department of Transportation maintenance crews are spreading a salt and rock mixture on Smoak Bridge at Lake Blackshear. They also treated the bridge over Jones Creek near Oakfield to melt and break up ice.

The bridges are on the Georgia-Florida Parkway in Worth County. Cold temperatures and a misty rain continue to create the possibility of ice forming on bridges.

The Department reminds motorists to slow down and stay at least 100 feet behind GDOT trucks that are spreading the salt/rock mixture.

Never pass a GDOT, contractor or local government truck treating the road.

 

 

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