Friday, January 25, 2013

Ice Storm Affects The Tri-State Region
Tennessee has declared a state of emergency as a precautionary measure to get emergency operations under way as the eastern portion of the state continues to see significant icing. Although ice was beginning to melt in Middle Tennessee by midmorning on Friday, Tennessee Emergency Management personnel are saying that the state Highway Patrol has been working a large number of wrecks east of the Clarksville area. East Tennessee has a significant amount of ice on the roads right now and officials are working with Kentucky to try to stop motorists from traveling into the areas of Tennessee where most of the ice and congestion is reported. Michelle Earl with VDOT says the Transportation Department is salting roads to try to melt the ice. (bg)

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  • Guns-in-Parks Proposal Headed to Governor
  • NET Trans Driver Killed in Head-On Crash in Greeneville
  • UPDATE: 22-9 Senate Vote Kills Bible Bill for 2015 in TN
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