MCSO deputies respond to 134 traffic-related calls during winter storm

As winter weather made its way across southeastern Wisconsin on Monday evening, Jan. 25 into Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26, the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office responded to more than 134 vehicle-related incidents.

Fifty-three property damage crashes, seven crashes with injuries, 71 disabled vehicles, and three abandoned vehicles required a sheriff's deputy response between 10 p.m. Monday night and 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. 

With slick roads, the sheriff's office reminds drivers to give themselves plenty of time to get to their destination safely, drive for road conditions, move over for first responders, turn on their headlights and wear their seat belts.

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Moderate to heavy snow ongoing, wind gusts lead to blowing, drifting snow

Moderate to heavy snow is ongoing Tuesday morning, Jan. 25 in southeast Wisconsin.

Drivers, exercise caution! Snow creates messy morning commute

The snowfall created poor driving conditions for motorists Tuesday morning, Jan. 26.