Snowdrifts create road hazards


A car that flipped over after hitting a snow drift along the 6000 block of Wells Road near Anna is righted by a tow truck, Friday, Feb. 10. The driver, Abigail Kramer, of Middletown, hit “a bad slick spot,” according to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the accident. There were no injuries. Drifting snow and black ice on roadways continued to make some travel hazardous late into Friday afternoon.

A car that flipped over after hitting a snow drift along the 6000 block of Wells Road near Anna is righted by a tow truck, Friday, Feb. 10. The driver, Abigail Kramer, of Middletown, hit “a bad slick spot,” according to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the accident. There were no injuries. Drifting snow and black ice on roadways continued to make some travel hazardous late into Friday afternoon.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A car that flipped over after hitting a snow drift along the 6000 block of Wells Road near Anna is righted by a tow truck, Friday, Feb. 10. The driver, Abigail Kramer, of Middletown, hit “a bad slick spot,” according to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the accident. There were no injuries. Drifting snow and black ice on roadways continued to make some travel hazardous late into Friday afternoon.

A car that flipped over after hitting a snow drift along the 6000 block of Wells Road near Anna is righted by a tow truck, Friday, Feb. 10. The driver, Abigail Kramer, of Middletown, hit “a bad slick spot,” according to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the accident. There were no injuries. Drifting snow and black ice on roadways continued to make some travel hazardous late into Friday afternoon.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_SDN021117CarFlip.jpgA car that flipped over after hitting a snow drift along the 6000 block of Wells Road near Anna is righted by a tow truck, Friday, Feb. 10. The driver, Abigail Kramer, of Middletown, hit “a bad slick spot,” according to Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the accident. There were no injuries. Drifting snow and black ice on roadways continued to make some travel hazardous late into Friday afternoon. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News