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                   Friday, February 22, 2008 - 11:24PM

Freezing rain car crashes in Washington, PA

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It's ironic how after traveling to Pennsylvania on Wednesday, I scrambled back to Charleston yesterday only to see a non-event there - then return to PA this morning and end up seeing a significant icy road event here. Freezing rain in Washington (just south of Pittsburgh) iced things up efficiently just after sunset, making everything a skating rink. Worst were the brick streets around town. The following was shot at the steep brick-paved hill on Central Avenue in East Washington, just a couple of blocks from my parents house.

VIDEO: Cars spinning out, crashing on icy hill

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