AAA assisting drivers after weekend of snow

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TOWN & COUNTRY, MO (KTVI)- This could be a busy morning for AAA workers as drivers deal with the cold and head back to work after the weekend snow.

FOX 2′s Chris Regnier is live in Town and Country with what AAA is expecting and how the roads are this morning.

Although MoDOT says the main roads are in good shape Monday morning, the company is urging drivers to use caution over bridges and overpasses that might have some refreezing.

Overnight, our Mazda Roadrunner Bobby Hughes captured video of a few crashes that were likely caused by icy roads. One accident happened about 2:30a.m. on southbound I-270 just south of I-44.

Another crash took place around 1a.m. at Kingshighway Boulevard near Forest Park.

Both cases were single car crashes where vehicles spun out and hit either barriers or guard rails.

No one was seriously hurt.

According to MoDOT, crews were out overnight monitoring different areas for potential problems.

Mike Right with AAA says the biggest issue he believes drivers will face this morning may be some dead batteries from the frigid cold temperatures. Right says this first snow of the season should basically be a wake up call for drivers to make sure your car is winterized and ready to go as winter season really takes hold.

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