Justin Wolf, traffic technician for the Idaho Department of Transportation puts down 400 degree liquified asphalt during crack sealing work on the eastbound Curtis offramp of the 184. Wednesday October 16, 2013
Justin Wolf, traffic technician for the Idaho Department of Transportation puts down 400 degree liquified asphalt during crack sealing work on the eastbound Curtis offramp of the 184. Wednesday October 16, 2013 Idaho Statesman
Justin Wolf, traffic technician for the Idaho Department of Transportation puts down 400 degree liquified asphalt during crack sealing work on the eastbound Curtis offramp of the 184. Wednesday October 16, 2013 Idaho Statesman

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