An 18-year-old woman from Ahwahnee lost control of her vehicle on black ice on Bass Lake Road (222) near Dorstan Drive Jan. 13, crashing into a tree. She escaped with minor injuries. Caltrans and CHP officials are urging the public to slow down, stay further behind vehicles, and plan extra time for trips as icy roadways continue to create hazardous driving conditions.
An 18-year-old woman from Ahwahnee lost control of her vehicle on black ice on Bass Lake Road (222) near Dorstan Drive Jan. 13, crashing into a tree. She escaped with minor injuries. Caltrans and CHP officials are urging the public to slow down, stay further behind vehicles, and plan extra time for trips as icy roadways continue to create hazardous driving conditions. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star File Photo
An 18-year-old woman from Ahwahnee lost control of her vehicle on black ice on Bass Lake Road (222) near Dorstan Drive Jan. 13, crashing into a tree. She escaped with minor injuries. Caltrans and CHP officials are urging the public to slow down, stay further behind vehicles, and plan extra time for trips as icy roadways continue to create hazardous driving conditions. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star File Photo

Caltrans, CHP warn icy roads are about ‘life and death’ as accidents rise on highways 41, 49

January 26, 2017 11:42 AM

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