Rush-hour accidents involve 12 vehicles in Ross
No one was hurt in a series of crashes in Ross that involved 12 vehicles this morning.
There were three wrecks with four vehicles each on southbound McKnight Road near Nelson Run, Ross police Detective Brian Kohlhepp said.
The first crash occurred when one car was stopped due to congestion and another car rear-ended it shortly after 7 a.m., Kohlhepp said. Complications from the crash caused the ensuing wrecks, he said.
Police cleared the scene by 8 a.m.
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