Slick roads continue to hamper travel in the metro
Use caution on the roads. The snow has stopped falling but a number of traffic accidents have been reported in the metro.
One driver lost control at 168th and Rachel Snowden Parkway Tuesday morning. The car spun out and hit a tree.
There have been a number of accidents along Giles Road in Sarpy County including one collision at 114th Street involving a police cruiser. That cruiser accident involved a K9 vehicle. It resulted in minor damage and there were no injuries.
The Street Department was sending a crew to put down salt and sand at 132nd Street.
In another area crash, Sarpy County 911 reported an incident at 132nd and Centennial Road in which a northbound vehicle hit a power pole.
Traffic from 42nd Street to WB Interstate 80 was shut down around 9 A.M. due to a crash.
NDOT reported that the right two lanes were closed due to a wrecked semi-truck.
A 8:17, Douglas County reported a crash near 180th and Q involving three vehicles including a bus.
These are just some of the collisions reported Tuesday morning.
Drive carefully. Some roads are clear but slick spots remain.
Multiple vehicle accidents at 108th and 114th Giles Road. Please avoid the area if possible.— La Vista Police (@lavistapolice) February 12, 2019