Denise Seal said her driveway was so icy, she hadn't been able to get out in a week.
Rhonda Hurd had to take a different route to the Hancock County Sheriff's Department where she works.
"The way we are situated in this county, you get so many hills and hollers, and places where the sun don't hit," explained Clem Seal, the county's roads superintendent. "You just have to take care of the worse places."
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