EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA



Haverhill Highway Department workers Barry Wilson (Bruins hat) and Dan Cannon, fill potholes on Middle Road using hot asphalt they shoveled out of the city's new asphalt hot box. The mobile steel container can hold up to three tons of asphalt it keeps steaming hot by a propane gas heating system. Highway Department foreman Roland Goudreault said hot asphalt makes for a more permanent patch than cold patching material.

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