CLARK COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) - Outdoor workers are finding clever ways to stay warm during freezing temperatures.
Dric Mowell has worked with the Ohio Edison company for seven years. He has developed a few techniques to get through the cold days.
"Definitely layering. We also have those little hot packs. Sometimes you can stuff them inside your shirt to keep you warm a little bit," said Mowell.
An employee with Ohio Edison said they also wear protective masks to shield them from the freezing wind.
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