January 26, 2011 by USA Post 

WTNH SCHOOL CLOSINGS, (WTNH) – When the bus drivers have until Monday morning at Oxford, the temperature was in double digits, double digits below zero.

All buses have begun, but they did not do very far from the court. Monday was a snow day at Oxford, without the entire shovel, but a lot of headaches. Once implemented school buses, diesel fuel began to freeze in the reservoir, which means the closing of elementary and middle schools of the day.

“Once in place gels, they do not start at all,” a bus driver said. While the cold of winter has frozen the day for students, there are people like John Famiglietti Eastwood Towing busier than ever.

“I do a lot of towing, many jump starts, especially with diesel trucks. Yep cold. Pretty, “said Famiglietti.

A Classic coach works in Southbury, they have a stack of car batteries and truck inside.

“Selling a lot of batteries, towing a lot of cars, put the batteries in their diesel trucks to the processing in the fuel. We must have done about 26 service calls so far today, and we still a list of more to get to. “Mongelli James Classic Works said the coach.

The maintenance crew spent the day working on buses replaces filters and a thinning of fuel, so it should be all systems go in the morning.


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