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Reader Report: McDonogh Road Icy, Dangerous, Friday Morning

Pikesville Patch reader and blogger Cheryl Wapner Cohen reports treacherous conditions there.

Reader Report: McDonogh Road Icy, Dangerous, Friday Morning Reader Report: McDonogh Road Icy, Dangerous, Friday Morning Reader Report: McDonogh Road Icy, Dangerous, Friday Morning

If you're heading out and driving Friday morning, it might be a good idea to avoid McDonogh Road.

Although there's only about 1 inch of snow, it's icy there, cars have been abandoned alongside the road, and there are several accidents, said Pikesville resident Cheryl Wapner Cohen.

"Cars are bumber-to-bumper," the longtime Pikesville resident said. "I've never seen it that bad."

According to a Baltimore County Police Department officer, there have been numerous accidents in that area, up to 30. Salt trucks were requested this morning to make a second pass in the area.

That includes McDonough, Reisterstown and Stevenson roads.

Cohen said that, as of 9:15 a.m., main roads Reisterstown and Old Court where she traveled seemed fine for driving.

Stay with Patch for updates.

Have you had trouble driving this morning, or have seen wind damage in the Pikesville area after the snowfall overnight? If so, help alert others by putting your comment below this story. Or call Editor Janet Metzner at 410-302-9093, or email her at janet.metzner@patch.com. Got photos of the snow? You can upload them directly onto this article.

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