Wintry flood has caused icy roads that are being blamed for countless crashes on a vital eastern Pennsylvania highway.
Route 309 was close down in both directions for a few hours early Thursday in Montgomery County, following a crashes that occurred around 5 a.m. in Ambler. A brew of light snow, sleet and frozen sleet fell in a area overnight, causing what officials called a “flash freeze.”
Authorities contend a spin-out pile-up occurred on a southbound side of a highway, followed shortly after by a multivehicle collision in a northbound lanes. Other accidents were also reported, and authorities contend during slightest 20 vehicles altogether were concerned in a crashes,
At slightest one chairman was harmed and another was reportedly ejected from their vehicle, though no critical injuries were reported.