Bad weather continues to scare the locals and cause harm. For example in Iowa, a sedan collided with an SUV and shot down a sheriff's deputy. Other car accidents occurred in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Meteorological services have warned of increased wind, snow and rain. Sheriff warns of ice on the hearse. Snow chaos also scares passengers who fly from Illinois to Maine, where the National Weather Service warns of a storm moving. Some flights to Chicago's O’Hare International Airport have been delayed or canceled. NBC News says that weather forecasters are waiting for sleet, heavy rain and wind in New Jersey. Therefore, the governor introduced a state of emergency on Tuesday morning.
In Iowa, the sheriff urged drivers not to exceed the speed after several people, including sheriff's deputy, drove the cars. Drivers must also skip ambulances. "We received the video from the DVR. Deputy received a few minor injuries, but things could be much worse. Please do not exceed the speed and be careful," wrote the sheriff's office.
In Wisconsin, many drivers refused to use cars, as weather conditions worsen.
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