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Slippery roads cause Oneida County rolloverSubmitted: 12/02/2016
MONICO - Slippery roads caused a rollover crash between Monico and Crandon Friday morning.

No one was hurt in the pickup truck rollover, and deputies won't hand out any citations.

One other car ended up in the ditch.

Deputies on scene said that stretch of Highway 8 seemed to be one of the only slippery roads in all of Oneida County.

Responders narrowed traffic flow on Highway 8 to one lane while the accident was cleared.



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