More than 100 crashes reported during spring storm
The Wyoming Highway Patrol reports that, between midnight Saturday and 11 a.m. Monday, troopers responded to 97 property damage crashes, 17 injury crashes, and two fatal crashes, and also provided 225 motorist assists.
Patrol spokesman Capt. Perry Jones said blowing snow could continue to be a problem through Tuesday, creating slippery roads and poor visibility. He urged travelers to buckle up and slow down.
Before traveling in southeast Wyoming, motorists should check the status of their planned route by visiting www.wyoroad.info. Travelers can also dial 511 within the state for more information on all closures and conditions.