Snow piles up in Lawrence County, roads remain slick

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BEDFORD, Ind. (Feb. 16, 2015) - A President's Day snowstorm dumped several inches of snow in parts of southern Indiana. Road conditions remained hazardous in Lawrence County through the Monday evening commute.

More than 400 INDOT plows worked to clear roads across the state. Snow picked up south of Bloomington causing State Road 37 to become partially snow covered between Martinsville and Bedford.

In the City of Bedford, plow drivers had a hard time keeping up with the falling snow.

"Some they get done with their area and come back around and it looks like they hadn't been through yet," said Dennis Grogin, Assistant Street Commissioner for the City of Bedford.

Indiana State Police responded to 167 crashes and 5 slide-offs as of 3 p.m. Monday. According to ISP 14 people were injured in those weather related crashes.

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