Slick Street Policy In Place - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Slick Street Policy In Place

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Billings Police officers warn drivers of the icy and snow-covered roads this weekend.

At last word, the slick street policy is in place. That means if you get in a crash, officers recommend exchanging insurance information and reporting the incident to dispatch, unless someone is seriously injured, or one of the drivers is impaired.

Officers are responding to a high volume of spin outs and accidents at this time.

Dispatchers can offer a report number if you need to file a claim with your insurance company. The non-emergency phone number is 406-657-8200.

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