Officials have begun looking into allegations that Sanitation workers purposefully conducted a massive slowdown during the Blizzard clean-up as revenge for budget cuts, endangering lives and leaving streets unplowed for days. But not every Mr. and Mrs. Plow out there was doing something underhanded—some were truly risking their lives. Plow drivers Adir Aires and John Ribero were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday night after their plow got stuck in the parking lot of a Newark housing project. "The next thing, I know, I got a gun in my face. Two of them had guns. We gave our cell phones and wallets, and they just walked away back into the projects," said Aires. He told reporters he wasn't scared at the time, but mad: "Here we were working to clean out their place. And they rob us! It was crazy."