Lane County workers brave the heat

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

A slew of Lane County workers are outside in the heat despite the recent heat wave.

John Davey, the primary representative of River Roofing, said heat waves such as the one Lane County has been enduring require precautions, primarily water, water and more water.

While Davey said his roof crews generally do OK, last year one of his employees did suffer heat exhaustion.

Danny Hatten at Hatten Roofing & Construction in Eugene said the hottest part of the year is also the busiest season for roofers.

Read more at The Register-Guard.

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