Indiana State Police February 14, 2016 Winter Storm Statewide Calls for Service from 12 Noon to 8 p.m.

Statewide Indiana – Today’s winter storm that started around 12 noon today and on through 8 p.m. affected a large portion of the state.  During this time frame the Indiana State Police responded to:

  • 68 Personal Injury Crashes
  • 199 Property Damage Crashes
  • 102 Assist Motorist Calls

Fortunately, thus far, the Indiana State Police has not taken any fatality crash reports related to today’s winter storm from 12 noon to 8 p.m.

All motorists are reminded of these important winter weather driving safety tips:

  • Reevaluate the necessity of a trip during a winter storm
  • If you MUST travel, leave early, reduce speed, have a fully charged cell phone as well as a winter emergency travel kit
  • Remember that 4×4 or All Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles may allow a driver to drive faster in snow and ice, but these vehicles DO NOT STOP ANY FASTER than a 2 wheel drive vehicle
  • Reduce speed and increase following distance
  • Wear Seatbelts
  • If involved in a property damage crash, the participants should, if possible, move their vehicles off the road to a safe place and exchange information


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