New Jersey drivers, pedestrians warned to watch out for black ice as temperatures drop

Untreated roads and anywhere melted snow has pooled will turn to ice, causing dangerous conditions for drivers and those walking home from bus and train stops.

Untreated roads and anywhere melted snow has pooled will turn to ice, causing dangerous conditions for drivers and those walking home from bus and train stops. (1/3/14)

FORDS - State authorities are urging residents to stay off the streets as temperatures drop Friday night and Saturday morning, creating a black ice hazard.

Untreated roads and anywhere melted snow has pooled will turn to ice, causing dangerous conditions for drivers and those walking home from bus and train stops.

Officials say salting roads and walkways helps, but say everyone should use extra precautions as they try to get around.
 

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