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Icing Conditions Make For Dangerous Travel Sunday

Greenwich Police warn motorists, all residents

Greenwich, CT | Added on January 18, 2015 At 11:05 AM

At 10:59 a.m. on Sunday, January 18 the Town of Greenwich released the following statement:

Good morning.  This is Captain Mark Kordick of the Greenwich Police Department with an important message for all Town of Greenwich residents.  Today is Sunday, January 18th, 2015.  Temperatures outside are hovering at or near the freezing mark across town.  Areas north of the Merritt Parkway are colder.  In many areas, the falling rain is immediately freezing on contact with the ground and creating very dangerous icing conditions.  The Town's Emergency Services agencies have received many calls concerning motor vehicle collisions and slip and fall accidents because of slippery conditions.

Until temperatures warm up later today, please try to remain indoors.  Many roads, especially bridges, are icy.  Decks, walkways, patios and especially outside stairs may only appear to be wet but can be frozen, icy and very dangerous.  Please avoid driving or even walking outside for the next few hours if you can.  If you absolutely must go outside, please exercise extreme caution.  Thank you for your attention and stay safe.   


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