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Winter Weather Caused Slick Travel

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  Original Published: 12/6/2013

Numerous accidents were reported Friday afternoon and evening due to winter conditions.  The Mansfield area received around 2 to 3 inches of snow while heavier snow fall south into Morrow and Knox counties.   The coldest air of the season will arrive this week with single digits expected.   Sunday night we will see rain, sleet and freezing rain.  This accident occurs around 4:15pm Friday afternoon on Lexington-Ontario Road. A driver lost control and struck a power pole. Lexington – Ontario Road between Rock road and Park Ave W remained closed all evening while Ohio Edison made repairs to the power line


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