Drivers advised to watch out for black ice

Long Island may not have gotten a large amount of snow, but the danger of icy roads and sidewalks remains. Icy patches can be found

Drivers are advised to be careful and watch out for black ice.

Drivers are advised to be careful and watch out for black ice. (12/30/12)

WOODBURY - Long Island may not have gotten a large amount of snow yesterday, but the danger of icy roads and sidewalks remains.

Icy patches can be found across Long Island and while salt trucks and sanders are out treating the roads, drivers are still advised to be careful and watch out for black ice.

Riders on the Long Island Rail Road are also advised to be careful of icy platforms.

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