MCSO responds to 16 crashes and 14 disabled cars
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --- The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office responded to 16 crashes and 14 disabled vehicles from Friday night into Saturday, Dec. 12 late afternoon.
MCSO tweeted they responded to the crashes and vehicles since 9 p.m. Friday.
They reminded the public to reduce their speed, turn on their headlights, and to keep distance between yourself and other cars.
MCSO has responded to 16 crashes & 14 disabled vehicles since 9:00 p.m. yesterday. We remind the motoring public to reduce your speed, turn headlights, keep distance between your vehicle & the vehicle in front of you, slow down or move over for first responders & wear seat belts!— Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office (@MCSOSheriff) December 12, 2020
Wisconsin Department of Transportation also urged the public to turn their wipes and headlights on.