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Travel ban lifted in Niagara County; Erie County in ‘major coordination effort’

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Sun, Dec 25, 2022 09:50 AM

On Sunday morning, the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office announced: At this time, travel advisories remain in effect. Travel advisories have also been issued for the cities of Rockport, Niagara Falls, and North Tonawanda.

Travel with caution as road conditions change. ”

Niagara Falls City: Travel ban lifted, but recommendations remain

From Mayor Robert Restino’s office:

“Merry Christmas! Conditions are still tough, so please drive with extreme caution and remember that we need your help to effectively clear snow from the roads.”

Around WNY

The New York State Highway Department said, “Buffalo: All I-90 between Rochester Exit 46 and the Pennsylvania border is closed. Traffic is blocked.”

and “Buffalo: Road Closed to All Traffic Between Mile Markers 0 and 21.1 I-190 Road Closed to All Traffic: Due to Weather, Both Directions Between Mile Markers 0 and 21.2 I-190.”

Erie County Administrator Mark Polonkers tweeted:

“Even though the storm ban was changed, the countywide driving ban remained and is now hitting areas that had been lightly affected by the storm up to this point.”

“from @ErieCountyESU Commissioner Niebers, major coordination work today. Our increased visibility has enabled us to deploy more assets and partners in previously inaccessible areas. ”

“The crew is out in Southtown right now because it’s snowing 3 inches an hour in some areas. That’s why we all need to be off the road. Emergency crews are going where they need to be.” We’re clearing the roads to keep doing that, and to make sure no more people are stranded when the storm rolls in.”

“Strike team rescues are still focused on individuals trapped in vehicles and another of our priorities is working with power companies to restore power. We are still trying to expand into the hardest-hit areas of the city.”

“If the storm has subsided near you and the roads are open, don’t think about going to the city of Buffalo to save family and friends. Just because you can see it doesn’t mean you can go miles away.”

“Emergency services have resumed taking calls, but we are still experiencing significant delays due to blocked roads and stuck cars. opening a reliable route to more hospitals.”

“This is not the Christmas that any of us wanted or expected, but let’s make this day as merry as possible. Remember the spirit of the holiday season and why we are a community of good neighbors.” Once again, I would like to express my deepest condolences to the bereaved families who lost their loved ones.”

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