FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) The North Dakota Highway Patrol is issuing a warning to drivers about snow fog.
Troopers say this week, two separate injury crashes occurred from snow fog and blowing snow. In both cases, drivers entered areas of reduced visibility and struck other vehicles and a pedestrian.
Monday morning, a pickup entered blowing snow and struck another pickup and a pedestrian. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries and was transported for medical treatment.
A few hours later, a Department of Transportation snow plow was rear-ended by a pickup.
The driver entered snow fog and struck the plow. Both occupants in the pickup were injured and transported for treatment.
The Highway Patrol says if you encounter reduced visibility, slow down. Always buckle up and obey posted speed limits. Be aware of rapidly changing driving conditions. Remove any distractions and treat driving as a full-time responsibility.