Police Busy Working Accidents On Slick Lexington Roads

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/02 8:02 pm
The drop in temperatures Thursday didn't help slick roads in Lexington.

Police had worked more than thirty accidents by late afternoon.

Crews stayed busy treating bridges and overpasses.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Department of Highways said there were a total of 140 trucks in 12 counties treating the roads.

Most of the trucks were in Fayette County.




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