Slick roads have led to many accidents in Trøndelag

Slick roads have led to many accidents in Trøndelag

Police are now asking people in Trondheim to get out of their cars.

– It’s the first time in my 30 years of police work, but now it’s so smooth that there’s no point in driving unless it’s very important, says Wensey Johnson, Operations Manager at Trendelagh Police District. to do Newspaper address.

After a long cold spell, the Met Office has now issued an ice warning on the Trondheim road. The reason is that the change in weather conditions sends the temperature on the positive side.

The fire service shares the police’s concern and warns that slippery roads have led to many slips.

Many bus routes have been cancelled

Vegtrafiksentralen and the public transport agency AtB have urged passengers to allow plenty of time in transit.

AtB has canceled several departures and is keeping an overview website His. Lines closed on Friday evening included 90, 85, 73, 76 and 87.

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In addition, line 74 is suspended between Ecclesbaken and Spielbaken, and 79 no longer serves Saxvikorsen.

No serious accidents

There have been several minor accidents and no one has been seriously injured so far. Among the accidents on Friday:

* Bus hits “a box” in Mitre Goldal

* Several cars have been driven on road safety in Melhus

A car ran off the road at Kringsvatnet in Indre Fosen

* A car ran over a moose near Folling in Steinkjer

* The car ran off the road at Hidra

* Face-to-face confrontation in Ørland

* Head-to-head confrontation in Oakland

* Traffic accident between car and lorry in Stjørdal

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* Wagon train slides backwards off E14 at Stjørdal

* Bus with passengers crashed in Leinstrand

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