Crews treat roads for black ice as freezing temperatures set in

Crews were out overnight to treat roads across Long Island for black as freezing temperatures set in. Slippery roads may have been the cause of

Sanders were brought in to treat the road after an accident in Coram last night.

Sanders were brought in to treat the road after an accident in Coram last night. (1/4/14)

CORAM - Crews were out overnight to treat roads across Long Island for black as freezing temperatures set in.

Slippery roads may have been the cause of a crash last night at the intersection of North Ocean Avenue and Route 112 in Coram. Sanders were brought to treat the roadway after the accident.

Most roads in Nassau and Suffolk have been treated and plowed, but drivers are still being urged to watch out for black ice.
 

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