Lexington Police closed Wilson Downing Road for a short time Friday between Camelot Drive and Walden Drive. Cars were having problems getting up the hill during the snowy morning commute in Lexington. Rain changed to snow late Thursday, causing numerous wrecks during the morning commute. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Lexington Police closed Wilson Downing Road for a short time Friday between Camelot Drive and Walden Drive. Cars were having problems getting up the hill during the snowy morning commute in Lexington. Rain changed to snow late Thursday, causing numerous wrecks during the morning commute. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Lexington Police closed Wilson Downing Road for a short time Friday between Camelot Drive and Walden Drive. Cars were having problems getting up the hill during the snowy morning commute in Lexington. Rain changed to snow late Thursday, causing numerous wrecks during the morning commute. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Season's first snow contributes to many crashes on Lexington roads

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