Wednesday, January 30, 2013
If you are driving in Kansas today you could be driving on slick roads.
Many highways in the state are snowpacked and icy this morning after a winter storm hit.
Wichita received a dusting of snow and roads are slick in spots. Crews have been out since early this morning treating the impacted areas.
Emergency crews responded to a series of injury accidents on I-135 near 61st North after 6:00 a.m. In one accident an SUV hit the guardrail then overturned several times before landing on its wheels.
Other accidents were reported on K-96 and Webb Road and K-96 near 295th Street West.
North Central Kansas received four to six inches of snow. A winter weather advisory remains in effect for Northeast Kansas this morning.
The Kansas Department of Transportation said I-135 is snowpacked from McPherson north through Salina. I-70 is snowpacked from Hays to Topeka. US-50 is snowpacked from Newton to Emporia.
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