Snowy roads claim lives in NY

By WKTV News

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Wintery weather continued to extract a deadly toll on New York's roadways.
A 55-year-old man was killed in Oswego on Friday afternoon when he veered into oncoming traffic. The sheriff's office says icy road conditions factored into his death.
Another person died in a weather-related two-car crash Friday night in Sterling, northwest of Syracuse.
A 26-year-old snowmobiler died after hitting a guardrail during a 3 a.m. ride Friday in Lyons, located between Syracuse and Rochester. Two fellow snowmobilers were charged with drunken driving.
Drivers also died Thursday evening in weather-related crashes on Interstate 87 in the Adirondacks and on Long Island's Southern State Parkway.
A woman with Alzheimer's froze to death Thursday after she wandered from her rural western home.

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