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Snowy, cold day makes for slick conditions on Ky. roads


Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 7 ... They were also willing to help people with urgent medical needs who couldn't get out of the homes. "It's important that we can all come together in these situations where we do have inclement weather.


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LEXINGTON, Ky(WKYT) - It was another slick day on Kentucky roads Tuesday thanks to the snowy weather Slick conditions sent an SUV into the ditch along Winchester Road in Lexington on the morning of Tuesday, January 16, 2018 In Lexington, police responded to 73 calls of non-injury accidents beginning at midnightEight involved injuries and police responded to 56 motorist assists A tow company employee told WKYT he was swamped, responding to nearly 50 crashes before 7:00 a.mOn Tuesday afternoon, a pickup hauling a 30-foot trailer overturned on I-75 at the 104-mile marker in LexingtonThere were no injuries If you don't need to go out, don't! If you have to be out, allow plenty of time to get there, add more distance between vehicles, and PLEASE remove all snow and ice from your car windows before driving! https://t.co/PFdF9GjtZN— Lexington Police (@lexkypolice) January 16, 2018

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