Xavier Munoz, an employee at Super 1 Tacos, uses a mop Friday morning to remove ice encrusted snow from the taco truck’s covered seating area at the corner of Aaron and Goethals Drives in Richland. Munoz said he didn’t want the icy chunks sliding off the metal roof and hitting customers as the day warmed up.
Xavier Munoz, an employee at Super 1 Tacos, uses a mop Friday morning to remove ice encrusted snow from the taco truck’s covered seating area at the corner of Aaron and Goethals Drives in Richland. Munoz said he didn’t want the icy chunks sliding off the metal roof and hitting customers as the day warmed up. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Xavier Munoz, an employee at Super 1 Tacos, uses a mop Friday morning to remove ice encrusted snow from the taco truck’s covered seating area at the corner of Aaron and Goethals Drives in Richland. Munoz said he didn’t want the icy chunks sliding off the metal roof and hitting customers as the day warmed up. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Warmer temperatures melt Tri-City ice

December 18, 2015 05:27 PM

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