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RockfordScanner.com: Sources are reporting a few accident scenes this morning.









 

Sources are reporting a few accident scenes in Winnebago County this morning.

  • 7500 block of McCurry rd
  • 1000 block of N Church st

Our good friends in Boone county are reporting a few accidents near:

  • Hunter and 76
  • 173 and Poplar Grove

Salt trucks were out this morning.
There still remain some slippery areas.
Please drive slow.
Allow extra time to travel.

If you need any repairs: 

 










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