Numerous accidents were reported across the metro Sunday as more than two inches of snow fell.
Four people, including a child, were injured in a two-vehicle crash on the Blondo Street overpass spanning Interstate 680 in Omaha around 2:45 p.m.
The driver of an eastbound SUV apparently lost control and slid into the westbound lanes, hitting a car while slamming into a concrete barrier. One adult in the SUV was taken to the hospital with serious injuries and achild believed to be 5 or 6 years old was ejected out of the back window. Two people in the car were taken to the hospital with lacerations to the head.
Earlier, a car spun sideways on Interstate 80 near South 84th Street. In another accident, an SUV slid off the road around 60th Street and ended up in a ditch. No injuries were reported in either accident.
Omaha police suspended the investigation of property damage accidents. Only call if vehicles are immovable or if there are injuries requiring transport to the hospital.
Near northwest Lincoln, a three-mile section of Interstate 80 was closed Sunday morning because of multiple accidents, including two semis that leaked fuel. No serious injuries were reported. The interstate reopened shortly before 1 p.m.
A stretch of Interstate 80 in Des Moines was closed for more than an hour due to a 20-car pileup, but no serious injuries were reported. Southbound Interstate 29 was closed in Sioux City because an accident was blocking the lanes.
An Omaha woman was taken to the hospital after crashing into a tree on State Street near Wenningoff Road around 2:45 a.m. Thirty-one-year-old Melissa Rosin lost control of her westbound vehicle and suffered a broken leg. She has been charged with driving under the influence and driving under suspension.