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Fort Wayne International Snow Removal

Watch as Fort Wayne/Allen County Airport Authority crews work to remove the 10 inches of new snow that fell on Fort Wayne International Airport on Feb. 4 and 5. The FWA snow removal crew utilizes plow trucks, trucks equipped with large rotating brooms and huge snow throwing trucks to clear runways and taxiways to keep the airport open during inclement weather. Video by Chad Ryan, The Journal Gazette.

Today's front page of The Journal Gazette features stories about the storm.

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