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Falling trees increase travel danger

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Courtesy: West Manheim Township Police Department Courtesy: West Manheim Township Police Department
Courtesy: Northern York County Regional Police Department Courtesy: Northern York County Regional Police Department
Courtesy: Northern York County Regional Police Department Courtesy: Northern York County Regional Police Department
Courtesy: Southern Regional Police Department of Lancaster County Courtesy: Southern Regional Police Department of Lancaster County
Courtesy: Southern Regional Police Department of Lancaster County Courtesy: Southern Regional Police Department of Lancaster County
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Trees and power lines that are falling under the weight of this morning's ice and snow are creating additional problems for drivers across central Pennsylvania.

Police are reporting several roads across the area are blocked and impassable, while other roadways have partial blockages but may become impassable as trees continue to snap.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike reported multiple fallen trees between the Morgantown and Valley Forge interchanges, with some trees blocking the right lane.

Turnpike drivers in the area were urged to stay in the left lane while crews cleared the debris.

 

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