Suffolk Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services respond to 600 emergency calls due to icy weather

Suffolk fire and rescue workers responded this morning to 600 emergency calls of crashes and falls connected to the icy conditions. A wintry mix fell

Wintry mix hit a frozen ground, coating roads and walkways with ice.

Wintry mix hit a frozen ground, coating roads and walkways with ice. (1/10/14)

YAPHANK - Suffolk fire and rescue workers responded this morning to 600 emergency calls of crashes and falls connected to the icy conditions.

A wintry mix fell on frozen ground this morning, leaving sheets of ice on roadways and walkways.

Suffolk Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services was flooded with calls for a four-hour period between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The department called Nassau County for aid, but Deputy Commissioner John Jordan says Nassau was inundated with emergency calls as well.
 

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