JACKSON, Tenn. — Tire shops across west Tennessee are preparing to see more customers after days of wintry weather causes potholes. “The potholes are going to be pretty abundant after this, in fact, we have already seen quite a bit of it actually,” Chris King said. King is is the manager of King Tire Co. in Jackson. He tells me when the snow melts a big problem is created.
GIBSON COUNTY, Tenn. — “A lot of roads really don’t need to have anyone driving on them,” Gibson County EMA Director Rickey Graves said. Stay at home until you have to get out. That’s the message coming from Graves on Wednesday. “This is an event that seems to be bad all over. It’s not something that seems like it’s worse here,” Graves said. From Milan to Humboldt to Trenton, Graves says the roads are in grave condition.
HUMBOLDT, Tenn. — Two families are without a place to live after fires rip through two homes Wednesday night. “The people that lived there they came over here and knocked on the door and they asked if they could come in because their house was on fire,” neighbor Mark Clark said. Clark says he was met by his neighbors at his front door pleading for help. “I gave them water and something to drink. They came in and started watching TV and my wife called the fire department,” Clark said.
Take a look at the difference in Interstate 40 and side/ back roads. Be careful because the side streets are the tricky ones. Many haven’t been touched. Officials still say the safest place is OFF the roads until they can clear them completely @NicLawrenceTDOT@WBBJ7Newshttps://t.co/kpoStoRdvO
I-40 isn’t too bad BUT it’s the side streets you need to watch out for. Some of the roads are nothing but snow and ice. Officials are urging people to stay inside. (Or as i say “stay inside don’t drive and glide”) @myTDOT@NicLawrenceTDOThttps://t.co/lKxuEHBzF7
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