Officials are blaming icy roads for more than 100 crashes in the Coastal Bend during last week’s winter blast.
KIII-TV reports that police responded to more than 100 crashes in and around Corpus Christi last week. Sergeant Nathan Brandley with the Department of Public Safety told reporters that they had more than 60 troopers on duty throughout last week’s winter blast, all of whom responded to at least one accident.
Sergeant Brandley noted that all bridges and overpasses were iced over and that the count would have been much higher had officials not closed roadways and had residents not heeded warnings to stay off the roads if possible.
Thousands of accidents were recorded at the state-level with at least 500 injuries and 22 deaths occurring.
At least one crash in the Coastal Bend, a crash in Kenedy County, ended up being fatal.
Information provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT):
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