Wednesday’s Snow Makes roads slick

by Mower on January 17, 2013

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LT. MIKE SANTUCCIO OF THE CARROLL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAID LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING NEARLY TWO DOZEN INCIDENTS HAD BEEN REPORTED TO HIS OFFICE, NONE WITH INJURY. HE EXPECTED ROADS TO REMAIN SLIPPERY THROUGHOUT THE DAY.

CONWAY AMBULANCE AND A CARROLL COUNTY DEPUTY RESPONDED AROUND 7:15 A.M. WEDNESDAY TO THE SACO DISTRICT RANGER STATION ON THE KANCAMAGUS HIGHWAY AND CHECKED OUT A MAN WHO HAD ROLLED HIS PICKUP TRUCK OVER WHILE DRIVING. THE MAN DID NOT REQUIRE HOSPITALIZATION.

IN ANOTHER INCIDENT LATER IN THE MORNING, AN OIL DELIVERY DRIVER WAS TAKEN TO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AFTER HE SLIPPED AND FELL ON A DRIVEWAY ON WEST SIDE ROAD. A CONWAY FIREFIGHTER BELIEVES THE MAN’S INJURIES WERE NOT LIFE THREATENING.

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