Multiple crashes on snowy roads in Nova Scotia

Slippery, snowy conditions have led to several accidents on Nova Scotia roads Sunday.

Slippery, snowy conditions have led to several accidents on Nova Scotia roads Sunday.

Const. Tammy Lobb of the RCMP said there had been a rollover accident in Kentville, N.S.. 

“We’re seeing some collisions and crashes," she said Sunday at 3 p.m.. 

“We are seeing some slippery conditions in the Kings County and Annapolis County areas."

Bad conditions are also reported in Hants and Lunenburg counties and on Highway 104.

Lobb asked drivers to take precautions amid blowing snow and black ice. 

"The roads are slightly snow-covered, so we’re asking that people maintain [adequate] time and distance between themselves and the vehicles around them. Adjust your speed and leave yourself lots of time to get where you’re going," she said. 
 

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