Winter weather causing crashes across Kentucky

(WKYT) - We called around to area dispatches to see road conditions. Here's what they told us, as of 10a.m.:

Elizabethtown: KSP Post 4 says I-65 closed at Elizabethtown both north and southbound. Extremely slick road conditions.

Scott County Dispatch: Starting to get slick around the I-64 area.

Madison County: Road Dept.: All roads are passable. Trucks are still working on them.

Estill County Dispatch: Side roads have snow. No calls for crashes.

Wolfe County Dispatch: Getting slick. No reported crashes.

Anderson County/Lawrenceburg: No crashes. Roads are slick in spots.

Boyle County/Danville: No reported crashes.

Clark County/Winchester: No reported crashes.

Garrard County/Lancaster: Very slick and hazardous. Few crashes, nothing major.

Harrison County/Cynthiana: Roads aren't slick. No crashes.

Lincoln County/Stanford: Slick and hazardous.

Montgomery/ Mt. Sterling: Really slick. Nothing serious yet. U.S. 60 is reported as very slick.

Nicholas County/Carlisle: No crashes reported.

Powell County/Stanton: Starting to get slick. No crashes yet.

Pulaski/Somerset: Extremely slick. All side roads unpassable. Main roads are passable.

McCreary County: Roads are getting pretty slick county wide.

Rockcastle County/Mt. Vernon: Slick everywhere.

Corbin: Extremely slick throughout.

Williamsburg: Very slick throughout.

Laurel County: Several accidents have I-75 shut down. The roads are solid ice. One crash on I-75 involving several semi's.

Hazard: Hwy 80 and 15 in Hazard is very slick and dangerous. Looks are deceiving.

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