ROV Roofer Bob Helle wipes his face, after hosing himself down, while he and co-workers were installing a new roof on the Health and Human Resources building at the University of Toledo on Tuesday, August 9, 2005. Helle was operating the cold pitch tar kettle, which melts the material at a temperature of about 375 degrees, before it is pumped to the roof. Helle is 47 years old, from Williston, O. (They didn't want to give the name of their company.) The Blade/Dave Zapotosky ZAPOTOSKY / BLADEEnlarge
Bob Helle of Williston, Ohio, tries to cool off while he and co-workers install a new roof on the health and human resources building at the University of Toledo. Highs are expected to be in the 90s again today, but evening thunderstorms should bring cooler temperatures reaching only into the mid-80s tomorrow and Friday.
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