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DRIVE SLOW: Icy Roads Cause Multiple Slide Offs, Rollovers & Crashes

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Icy road conditions on Thursday morning have caused multiple slide offs, rollovers and crashes. Take it slow on your morning commute and give yourself plenty of time to get to work. Although temperatures are above freezing, stronger winds this morning are likely shearing a thin layer of water to the roadways, causing patches of slick conditions.

ACCIDENTS REPORTED THIS MORNING:

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: Crashes also at 4th/Thierman and 29/Ray

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: Two car crash Central/Monroe

Spokane Fire: Accident E Upriver Dr and N Stone

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: New crashes; 32nd/Conklin and Palouse Hwy. near SR 27

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: Car vs. semi Hwy.195/ Thorpe, rollover Baltimore/Freya, vehicle vs. power pole Elk-Chattaroy/Milan-Elk Rd.

Extrication at W. Trails Rd. and W. Euclid

Rollover accident at E. Bigelow Gulch Rd. and N. Argonne

Extrication happening at W SR Hwy 2 and W Sunset Frontage Rd according to Spokane Fire Department

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: More crashes: US 2/Coulee Hite, a rollover at I90/Hwy. 2, one car Sunset/Government Way

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: Crashes starting to come in from all over Spokane County in the outlying areas so it's slick out! Be careful!

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: A new 2 car crash Argonne/Bigelow, a single vehicle Harvard/Hoxie, 3 car n/b Hwy. 195/Excelsior

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: One vehicle rollover Hwy. 195 just south of Mullen Hill Rd.

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: One vehicle rollover Argonne just north of Bigelow Gulch

Tweet from Officer Teresa Fuller: Three more cars have slid off the road I90/ Hwy. 2



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