A pileup involving dozens of vehicles early Wednesday on a Chicago expressway left several injured as light snow made travel treacherous across the region.
Nearly 60 vehicles were involved in the crash around 5:45 a.m. on Interstate 90, known as the Kennedy Expressway, near North Avenue, the Chicago Fire Department said on Twitter.
“Numerous accidents still be (sic) reported due to low traction around the city,” the fire department said. “Do not use Kennedy at this time. Be aware of low traction on all expressways and some surface streets.”
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