Kansas City police officer Kenny Miller (left) directed traffic after a vehicle slid into a light pole, knocking it down Saturday on Penn Valley Drive near West 29th Street. Slick streets from falling snow may have contributed to the incident. No injuries were reported.
Kansas City police officer Kenny Miller (left) directed traffic after a vehicle slid into a light pole, knocking it down Saturday on Penn Valley Drive near West 29th Street. Slick streets from falling snow may have contributed to the incident. No injuries were reported. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Kansas City police officer Kenny Miller (left) directed traffic after a vehicle slid into a light pole, knocking it down Saturday on Penn Valley Drive near West 29th Street. Slick streets from falling snow may have contributed to the incident. No injuries were reported. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Snow causes lots of wrecks, but it may be tailing off

February 28, 2015 05:02 PM

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