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Troopers: Roads impassable in four North Alabama counties due to icy conditions

Roads in multiple North Alabama counties are impassable Wednesday night due to dangerous conditions.

Posted: Feb 17, 2021 6:12 PM
Updated: Feb 17, 2021 6:39 PM

Alabama State Troopers said in an update Wednesday night that roads in multiple North Alabama counties are impassable due to winter weather conditions.

The Colbert County Emergency Management Agency has deemed all county roads impassable, and all state and federal roads have icy spots there, according to troopers. They say Woodmont Drive in Colbert County is closed due to ice.

Troopers also say the Franklin County Emergency Management Agency has deemed all roads in the county impassable, and all state and federal roads there have icy spots, as well.

In Lauderdale County, roads have icy conditions with stalled vehicles, and emergency management officials have deemed them impassable.

Lawrence County roads are impassable, as well, and state roads have icy spots.

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