Roads are hazardous across the area because of snow, ice
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. - Roads are becoming hazardous across Michiana because of snow and ice.
Mutiple crashes are being reported in several counties.
South Bend police report their officers are working at least 10 accidents.
In Elkhart County, sheriff's deputies have worked at least a dozen crashes.
There are no reports of any serious injuries.
As most of you know, the roads are very icy this morning.— Elkhart Co Sheriff (@ecsdnews) November 15, 2018
Please use caution while driving!
So far this morning, ECSD Officers have responded to 11 property damage crashes, 1 crash with injury and 2 cars stuck in a ditch. #SlowDown #ArriveAlive pic.twitter.com/JEqsfDEfzJ
All eastbound lanes of the bypass near State Road 23 have reopened after a crash involving several vehicles.
The crash happened just after 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
Police say there were injuries, but they haven't said how serious the injuries are.
There's no word on if the weather played a role.
While the bypass has cleared, dispatchers tell us there are many crashes across the area. You are urged to drive carefully.