Cincinnati police: Stay Home Unless You Need to Travel for Emergency
CINCINNATI — A high-impact snowfall is causing major issues on roadways across Greater Cincinnati Wednesday.
Cincinnati police are warning the public to stay home Wednesday evening except for emergency travel due to snow-covered roads.
The Cincinnati Police Department tweeted the snow on area roadways is slick. They said while city crews are out treating main roadways, side streets, especially ones with hills, are “impassable.”
According to police, until roads are treated, people in Greater Cincinnati should stay home unless needing to travel for an emergency.
Cincinnati police implemented what it calls the Emergency Auto Accident Reporting Procedure “until further notice.” This means that those involved in crashes should exchange information with the other drivers involved and report the accident at one of its district locations when able to.
The snow on area roadways is slicker than Clark Griswald’s non-chloric, silicon-based kitchen lubricant.
Unless you need to travel for an emergency, please stay home until the roadways are treated.
— Cincinnati Police Department (@CincyPD) January 28, 2021