Members of the D'Iberville Police and Fire Departments work to clear a one car accident from the north bound lane of I-110 on Friday, January 24, 2014. Ice began to accumulate on the bridge as temperatures hovered around freezing, making for dangerous driving conditions.
Members of the D'Iberville Police and Fire Departments work to clear a one car accident from the north bound lane of I-110 on Friday, January 24, 2014. Ice began to accumulate on the bridge as temperatures hovered around freezing, making for dangerous driving conditions. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald file
Members of the D'Iberville Police and Fire Departments work to clear a one car accident from the north bound lane of I-110 on Friday, January 24, 2014. Ice began to accumulate on the bridge as temperatures hovered around freezing, making for dangerous driving conditions. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald file

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