WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Delaware State Police say troopers are responding to dozens of crashes and disabled vehicles statewide as a snowstorm moves through the state.
Police say troopers were called to 60 crashes during the morning rush on Tuesday, including five crashes with minor injuries. They were also called to help with 25 disabled vehicles statewide. Police say most of the incidents involve single vehicles going off the road when motorists lose control in treacherous conditions.
The National Weather Service has received reports of snow, including 2 inches at Wilmington Airport.
Officials are warning drivers to be careful and expect slippery roads.