The ice is gone on Lake of the Ozarks, but some roads and highways remain damaged.

The Camden County roads and bridge crew is a team of people working to fix potholes and cracking.

“Just a little over 60 men taking care of over 1,000 miles of road. I always say it’s the distance between Camdenton to Philadelphia, and there’s just 60 guys maintaining that. They just do a phenomenal job” says Camden County Second District Commissioner Don Williams.

He tells KRMS News the road and bridge crew is started working four 12-hour days as opposed to five-day weeks to get road repairs done.

And that’s after having worked to keep roads clear during the February winter storms.

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