Alaska DOT snow plow driver, Moana Bradshaw. "There are usually two of us on shift at night, and we go out in the trucks. One of usually goes one direction, one of us goes the other. We have 60 miles of [road] to take care of, and we usually overlap in the center, in the gap, because that is where all the action happens."


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