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Oklahoma Department of Transportation employee Ernest Chapman, in Duncan, loads a motor grader onto a trailer while Keith Rickkets examines the equipment. Division Maintenance Engineer Brad Mirth said two motor graders, two front end loaders, six dump trucks with plows, sanders and 18 people with two crews were preparing to traveling to Clinton Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. The crews were expected to get assignments Tuesday morning and head north after that to where the storm was expected to hit the worst.

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