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Multiple accidents reported, folks asked to stay off roads
The Adair County Sheriff and Adair County EMS and Ambulance Service shared appeals this afternoon for people to please stay off the roads if at all possible.
"Roads are extremely slick and dangerous. Please stay home unless it’s an absolute emergency to get out. We have already had multiple accidents and are having trouble keeping up."
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