State Police reported more than 150 car accidents due to inclement weather on Saturday

State Police reported more than 150 car accidents due to inclement weather on Saturday

State Police reported more than 150 car accidents due to inclement weather on Saturday

conditions. Troy. Yes. Hi Ariel. You can tell just by seeing the road condition behind me. It’s just really rainy. It was a drastic difference from earlier today when it was very snowy. But we’ve seen these cars pass through it and the other road for the past couple of hours, and it doesn’t seem to be affecting them much. People still walk at a pretty decent speed. However, State Police tell us there have been 169 reports since 5 a.m. today of vehicle crashes, vehicles running off the road, or vehicles disabled due to the weather. You can just say it’s raining now. It’s a little slush. It’s still very dangerous. Conditions If you are driving, we advise you to drive slowly. The Department of Transportation said there were very few crashes today, but it was an awkward situation for them all day. However, the plow trucks are obviously not here now because it’s just raining, but they are still busy in the northern part of the state. But they say the road conditions are still difficult if you have to drive on them. It’s dangerous and we’re trying to get out and trying to make sure the roads are free of this type of melt piles. Over time, we will go out and clean all of these areas. Like Richard said, melting piles. Beware of puddles. He also says that if you can stay home, try to do so. But if you have to be on the roads, just please b

State Police reported more than 150 car accidents due to inclement weather on Saturday

Authorities confirmed to News 9 that they responded to more than 100 car accidents as a result of bad weather on Saturday. State Police said they responded to 169 car accidents, off-road vehicles and disabled vehicles since 5 a.m. The New Hampshire Department of Transportation told News 9 that crews are working nonstop to clear roads in hard-hit areas in the northern parts of the state. However, officials said some roads may be difficult to drive on. “It is dangerous and we are trying to go out to make sure the roads are free of mud piles. Over time, we will go out and clean all these areas.” Richard Arcand said.

Authorities confirmed to News 9 that they responded to more than 100 car accidents as a result of the severe weather on Saturday.

State Police said they responded to 169 car accidents, off-road vehicles and disabled vehicles since 5 a.m.

New Hampshire Department of Transportation officials told News 9 that crews are working nonstop to clear roads in hard-hit areas in the northern parts of the state. However, officials said some roads may still be difficult to drive on.

“It’s dangerous and we’re trying to go out to make sure the roads are clear of mud piles,” Richard Arcand said. “Over time, we will go out and clean all these areas.”

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