GREENWOOD, Ind. (WISH) - As snow hit the ground Friday morning in Indianapolis, traffic incidents piled up.
One crash shut down I-65 northbound in Greenwood for about a half hour, though lanes have since reopened. As of 9:45 a.m., the Johnson County Sheriff's Office had handled three accidents with injuries, six crashes without injuries and one driver who slid off the road.
Indiana State Police officials reported difficult road conditions particularly along I-69 between the 222 and 232 mile markers.
Police officials were asking motorists to avoid I-70 near the 59-mile marker -- around the Hendricks and Morgan county lines -- as of 9 a.m. because of the number of wrecks.
As of 8:30 a.m., ISP officials in the Indianapolis area said they had more than 50 car crashes that involved either no injuries or minor injuries.
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