BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland State Police responded to more than 600 calls for service, including more than 100 crashes as winter weather moved through the state Saturday.
According to state police, 606 calls for service came in between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.READ MORE: Former Maryland Youth Pastor Don Martin Charged In 30-Year-Old Rape, Police Search For Other Victims
From 8am-10pm Sat, @mdsp responded to 115 crashes & 36 disabled/unattended vehicles & answered 606 calls for service. Snow emergency plans are in effect in Anne Arundel, Balto, Dorchester, Frederick
Howard & Montgomery counties. Follow https://t.co/jxqlSYD4wc for road conditions pic.twitter.com/Y0TuwGGII3
— MD State Police (@MDSP) February 14, 2021READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, President Joe Biden To Discuss Crime Prevention Wednesday
There were 115 crashes and 36 disabled/unattended vehicles during that time frame.
Another area of low pressure brought in a wintry mix, creating difficulties for travel and slick roads.MORE NEWS: SEE IT: Maryland Man Bitten By Copperhead Snake Along Trail While Filming