ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- As temperatures remain well below freezing, they're wreacking havoc on some of our area's most essential infrastructures.
Lee Cummins is the Rochester manager of Jetter Clean. He says he's been working 7 days a week, with an average of 10 jobs per day, on frozen utility pipes. "It could be frozen sewer lines, frozen kitchen sink lines in a person's home, a lot of manufactured homes are freezing up, also water services, whether you're in a well or a city, we're getting a lot of calls for that too," he said.
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