Fog, Black Ice Contribute to Accidents & Life-Threatening Injuries

Two vehicles collide at 68th and Panama Road
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Fog and black ice are likely the cause of multiple accidents Thursday morning.

According to Lancaster County Sheriff's Sergeant Tommy Trotter, a 61-year-old Firth woman is listed in critical condition after a near head-on collision at 68th & Panama Road.

The two SUVs collided at the intersection around 7 a.m. The woman was transported by Lincoln Fire & Rescue to Bryan West with numerous injuries, Trotter says.

According to deputies, a 17-year-old and his 61-year-old father were also transported to an area hospital, both had non life-threatening injuries

Nebraska State Patrol says a five-car pile-up at 14th and Arbor Road delayed traffic for about an hour. Deputies say no serious injuries were reported.

Emergency crews also responded to crashes at 91st and Pine Lake Road and a car vs pedestrian accident at 10th and N Streets around 9 a.m.


LSO says injuries in 68th and Panama Road crash are life threatening.
LSO says injuries in 68th and Panama Road crash are life threatening.
LSO says injuries in 68th and Panama Road crash are life threatening.
LSO says injuries in 68th and Panama Road crash are life threatening.



 
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