VSP urges motorists to use caution on Virginia roads
As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, Virginia State Police (VSP) responded to roughly 200 traffic crashes and at least 125 disabled vehicles. That number has likely grown since then.
VSP says motorists should still use caution when traveling today.
Increasing one’s driving distance between the vehicle in front of you and buckling up will also help limit crashes and injuries. Please use your headlights, so other drivers can better see you.
Treated roads have likely iced over in some places as the temperatures dropped overnight.
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