Wicked winter weather continues in Central New York — the snow has stopped, the cold has lessened, but freezing rain is still a threat.
Several accidents were reported Wednesday afternoon.
There was a head-on crash in Frankfort shortly after 3 p.m. just beyond Frankfort, near Oak Hill Road.
There is no word on the extent of injuries.
The crash backed up traffic for some time.
Then on Route 5S heading toward Frankfort at least one car was off the road.
This crash happened around 3 p.m.
Two pickup trucks were involved in a crash on Cosby Manor Road in Deerfield.
As an ambulance was responding just before 1 p.m., and it went off the road and into a ditch.
Another ambulance was sent to the crash scene, and no injuries were reported.
There were many other accidents Wednesday throughout the area as well.
It may just look like rain, but the rain is actually freezing over on the roadways.
- Several crashes reported as freezing rain threatens roadways
- Freezing Rain Timeline
- Freezing rain expected Wednesday
- Pockets of Freezing Rain Friday
- Freezing rain expected Saturday night
- 2-car crash in Westmoreland shuts down roadway
- Freezing Rain and Windy Conditions Sunday Morning
- Freezing Rain Possible Saturday Afternoon and Night
- Freezing rain, sleet, and snow on Sunday
- Snow, sleet, and freezing rain Tuesday/Wednesday