PROVO, Utah — Tuesday morning throughout Utah County, dangerous road conditions made the area hazardous to be out in, let alone drive.
By 9:00 a.m., several accidents had slowed driving to a crawl on I-15.
Even though the snow was hardly “blizzard-like,” Sgt. Cameron Roden with the Utah Highway Patrol said it was still a problem.
“People are trying to get to work and speeds tend to still be high, which causes problems on the freeways, with high speeds and snow on the freeway we always have problems and lots of crashes,” Roden said.
FOX 13’s Scott McKane reported from the side of I-15 earlier, showing the accumulation on the roadways and noting that it was so cold any amount of precipitation was sticking to the ground.
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