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No Major Weather-Related Accidents Reported Overnight, City Crews Will Continue To Treat Roads

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) - The divisions of Streets & Roads and Water Quality used a total of 767 tons of salt since 8 p.m. last night while treating road Ranks 1 through 4.  A new shift of workers will be reporting at 8 a.m. this morning to continue treating.

Overnight, the Lexington Police Department responded to 24 traffic related calls with no major injury accidents.  As of 5 a.m. the call break down was as follows:

  • two injury collisions (minor injuries)
  • nine non-injury collisions 
  • 10 motorist assists 
  • three traffic hazards

Police also report that there are no road closures or significant traffic impacts at this time. 

City officials thank citizens for their cooperation during this snow event and continue to urge caution while driving and being outside in today's expected frigid temperatures. 

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