Slick roads cause dozens of crashes across LI

Officials say the slick roads caused at least two-dozen crashes across Nassau and Suffolk counties.

News 12 Long Island's Elyse Evans says along Sunrise Highway traffic is moving slowly due to the weather.

News 12 Long Island's Elyse Evans says along Sunrise Highway traffic is moving slowly due to the weather. (1/29/14)

There were reports of as much as 4 inches of snow in some spots on Long Island this morning.

Officials say the slick roads caused at least two-dozen crashes across Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Many Long Islanders told News 12 they are not feeling the love for Mother Nature this year.

This time, Suffolk seemed to get the brunt of the storm.  Plows, salt and sand trucks were out on the roads, although some remained unplowed.

Meanwhile in Nassau, although less snow fell, many drivers say the roads were still tough to navigate.

 

 

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