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In The State Of Wyoming, It Is Illegal to Plow Snow Onto State Highways

According to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, some Wyoming residents illegally plow snow on state highways.

According to the Wyoming Department of Transportation, many complaints were fielded in the South East part of Wyoming that multiple areas of state roads where private landowners have pushed snow out into traffic lanes. This activity is ILLEGAL.

A specific Law in Wyoming prohibits this type of criminal activity.

Wyoming Statute 35-10-401. Obstructing or injuring highways, streets, bridges, or navigable streams generally; offensive manufactures or businesses; pollution of waters.

(b) Whoever, in any manner, wrongfully obstructs any public highway, injures any bridge, culvert, or embankment, or injures any material used in the construction of any such road, shall be fined in any sum not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00), to which may be added imprisonment in the county jail not more than three (3) months.

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