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Snow to blame for multi-car accident in Reno, NV
Reno police reported a story Thursday night that a multi car “pile-up” occurred close to Mae Anne Ave and Sierra Highlands at around 7:45pm. Several vehicles were involved and disabled on the snowy roads but thankfully only one person was injured. it is believed the ice and snow was to blame though the roads were already “sanded” at the time. All told, 12 cars were involved and police and rescue/recovery teams spent some time cleaning up the mess. This incident is still being investigated and no names have been released.
No more information is available at this time.
December 02, 2022
Every year, almost 900 people are killed and about 75,000 people are injured in vehicle crashes during snowfall or sleet in the US.
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