SHOPPERS OUT EARLY IN CONWAY, ROADS SLICK

by Gair on November 23, 2012

ALL THE LIGHTS WERE ON AND PARKING LOTS AROUND NORTH CONWAY COULD BE SEEN FILLING UP AS EARLY AS 4:30 A.M. FRIDAY MORNING AS EARLY BIRD SHOPPERS STARTED THEIR HUNT FOR BLACK FRIDAY SALES BARGAINS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUED A SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT FRIDAY MORNING WARNING OF HEAVY FOG AND POSSIBLE BLACK ICE ON ROADS IN THE VALLEY AREA AND WESTERN MAINE.

THE AFFECTED AREAS INCLUDED CARROLL COUNTY IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND CUMBERLAND AND SOUTHERN OXFORD COUNTIES IN MAINE.

THE CENTER CONWAY FIRE CHIEF REPORTED ROADS WERE SLICK IN CENTER CONWAY FRIDAY AROUND 5 A.M. AS HIS FIREFIGHTERS RESPONDED TO A REPORT OF A CAR OFF THE ROAD ON BROWNFIELD RD. NEAR THE STATE LINE.

RAY LEAVITT SAYS THE WOMAN DRIVING THE CAR WAS NOT HURT BUR HER SUBARU HAD TO BE TOWED FROM THE SCENE.

HIGHWAY CREWS WERE REQUESTED TO DEPLOY TO TREAT THE ROADS.

OTHER INCIDENTS WERE REPORTED AROUND CARROLL COUNTY FRIDAY MORNING.

SHORTLY BEFORE 6 A.M. FREEDOM FIREFIGHTERS WERE CALLED TO RESPOND TO A ROLLOVER ON EATON RD. NEAR THE 90-DEGREE TURN AT CRYSTAL LAKE.

ALL OCCUPANTS WERE REPORTED TO BE OUT OF THAT VEHICLE.

TUFTONBORO FIREFIGHTERS WERE CALLED OUT SHORTLY BEFORE 6:30 A.M. IN RESPONSE TO A REPORTED ROLLOVER ON ROUTE 171 NEAR TIBBETTS RD. THE DRIVER IN THAT INCIDENT WAS REPORTED TO BE SHAKEN UP BUT NOT INJURED.

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