About 50 vehicles collided, killing at least four people, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.
Multiple states warned of dangerous conditions as they dealt with a ‘bomb cyclone’.
At least 17 deaths confirmed nationwide According to Sky News.
Ohio Highway Patrol says at least four people were killed and others injured after a massive crash involving at least 46 cars as the US suffered extreme conditions in a ‘bomb cyclone’. .
highway patrol I said Friday night Four fatalities were recorded and the Ohio Turnpike was closed in both directions. At least 46 vehicles were involved.
“The whiteout continues. Travel is not recommended,” he said.
Ohio Highway Patrol Sgt. Purpura said the crash “involved about 50 vehicles.”
Highway Patrol told local 13abc The incident occurred Friday afternoon at Turnpike, Ohio in Sandusky County, injuring more people.
Ohio officials did not disclose the number of injuries or the extent of the injuries.
highway patrol Said Late Friday night: “Due to whiteout conditions occurring in much of Ohio, please exercise extreme caution. Drivers are advised to leave the roadway if possible.”
A later update said the westbound lane of the road had reopened.
At least 17 deaths have been confirmed across the United States as multiple states battle bomb cyclone conditions. According to Sky News.
A “bomb cyclone” is a meteorological term used by forecasters to describe intense hurricane-like storms that occur in mid-latitudes. Insider Eileen Woodward previously reported.
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