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Heartland Dirty Jobs

Dirty Jobs Week

Meteorologist and science reporter Jason Lindsey hangs up his lab coat and goggles to try out some of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.  From giving a horse an ultrasound to picking up road kill Jason introduces you to some of the folks that do dirty jobs in our area.

Dirty Jobs Week - Conservation Education Specialist
A conservation education specialist's Job may look clean.  We see them at Nature Center educating us about wildlife, but it turns out when we're not looking their job gets pretty dirty.  Watch as Jason Lindsey tries out one of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.
Dirty Jobs Week - Solid Waste Engineer
Staying squeaky clean is a hard job when you're a solid waste engineer.  Watch as Jason Lindsey tries out one of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.
Dirty Jobs Week - Carcass Disposal Engineer
We've all passed up road kill on the highway, but have you ever wondered who cleans up that mess? Jason Lindsey followed along with a guy who scrapes dead animals off the road.  Watch as he tries out one of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.
Dirty Jobs Week - Plant Water Operator
Jason Lindsey shows us how getting clean water to your faucet isn't just a dirty job, but a dangerous one.  Watch as Jason tries out one of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.
Dirty Jobs Week - Veterinarian
They take care of sick and injured animals, but as Jason Lindsey tells us a veterinarian's job can get pretty dirty.  Watch as Jason tries out one of the dirtiest jobs in the Heartland.

 

StormTeam meteorologist and science reporter Jason Lindsey holds the National Weather Association's broadcast seal of approval.  Jason earned the NWA Television Seal of Approval in October 2003 by passing a written exam on meteorology and having his on-air performances reviewed by a panel of peers.

  In 2006 StormTeam meteorologist and science reporter Jason Lindsey was awarded "Best Weathercast" by the Missouri Broadcasters Association for severe weather coverage.
 

 

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