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Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Ice Causes Dozens of Accidents in Indiana
Icy conditions, the result of cold weather blasting through Indiana, caused literally dozens of auto accidents on Monday. Police reported almost 75 accidents throughout the Wabash Valley that resulted in four deaths.
In Vermillion County, icy conditions on State Road 63 resulted in emergency crews responding to 20 separate calls of vehicles sliding off the roads. In Vigo County, a flipped SUV shut down Highway 40 for a short time.
Terre Haute police shut down roadways, closed off the overpass, and got sand and ice trucks to help. However, two of the accidents in Terre Haute were deadly.
People in many parts of the country need to expect that ice on the roads will be part of their lives for the next several months. The best way to avoid accidents on icy roads is to slow down.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident, please contact an experienced auto accident attorney in your area.
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