That’s right. The roads iced up last night and several drivers failed to pay attention to that on their way to work this morning. The Spokaesman review did a round up of accidents in Spokane and Idaho this morning. Man, you knwo that guy that ran the redlight and hit a sheriff’s deputy is going to have a bad day… Check out the story below:
Below freezing conditions overnight are causing slick roads in north and west Spokane County.
Collisions have been reported on Highway 2 near Elk-Chattaroy Road.
On Highway 27 at 24th Avenue, a two-car collision has been pulled off the roadway, said Washington State Patrol Trooper Mark Baker. Two people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Three wrecks have been reported on Highway 95, police said.
A pickup rollover at Cougar-Gulch Road south of Coeur d’Alene is being investigated.
A jackknifed Fed-Ex truck between Grangeville and Lewiston is blocking the highway, officials said. Expect a two-hour road closure.
At Highway 95 and Kathleen, a Kootenai County Sheriff’s deputy was hit by a red-light runner. The deputy is a little shaken but otherwise OK, said Kootenai County Sheriff’s Capt. Ben Wolfinger. The driver who hit the deputy is uninjured. Idaho State Police is investigating.