Nov 20, 2014 11:22 PM
HUDSON - A Hudson company that provides television production trucks for sporting events said two of it's trucks that are supposed to be used for Sunday's Patriots game are stuck in heavy snow in New York.
Game Creek Video employees keep an eye on the weather but the lake-effect storm that slammed Buffalo and Western New York caught everyone off guard.
Two drivers for Game Creek Video have been staying at a hotel, waiting out the storm and digging out their trucks.
"They're working with the folks at the hotel to be prepared so when the highways reopen they can get right back on the highway and get going," said President Pat Sullivan.
The trucks are expected to leave Wednesday night and arrive in Foxborough by Thursday.
"We've been at this for 20 years and we've never missed an event and we don't intend to miss this one," said Sullivan.
The company has a backup plan in the event the trucks encounter more harsh weather.
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