A woman was shaken up when her car spun and hit a guardrail at the intersection of Copper Avenue and Friant Road. Freezing temperatures have contributed to black ice on area roads, and police are urging drivers to use extra caution.
A woman was shaken up when her car spun and hit a guardrail at the intersection of Copper Avenue and Friant Road. Freezing temperatures have contributed to black ice on area roads, and police are urging drivers to use extra caution. Jim Guy jguy@fresnobee.com
A woman was shaken up when her car spun and hit a guardrail at the intersection of Copper Avenue and Friant Road. Freezing temperatures have contributed to black ice on area roads, and police are urging drivers to use extra caution. Jim Guy jguy@fresnobee.com

Icy roads contribute to northeast Fresno crash

December 26, 2016 08:39 AM

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