Town of Brookhaven issues emergency executive order to keep vehicles off roads

Brookhaven Deputy Town Supervisor Dan Panico says driving conditions are extremely hazardous.

Brookhaven Deputy Town Supervisor Dan Panico says driving conditions are extremely hazardous. (2/9/13)

BROOKHAVEN - The Town of Brookhaven has issued an emergency executive order to keep all vehicles off the roads.

Officials say driving conditions are extremely hazardous, and abandoned vehicles are obstructing access for plows and emergency vehicles.

Town crews will continue to work to clear the roads until they are safe and passable, officials say.

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