Slippery roads cause scores of highway wrecks in New Jersey

Slippery roads caused scores of highway wrecks in New Jersey after the latest winter storm. One state trooper said there were more accidents than troopers. Traffic, however, is flowing better Wednesday morning on Route 18 in Old Bridge after an overturned tanker shut down part of the road. Police say they believe the icy roads contributed to the accident, but an investigation continues. The driver suffered minor injuries. A wind advisory remains in effect for the Garden State as wind gust have been clocked above 60-miles per hour.

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