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Ice-capped commute

A firefighter checks for any valuables left behind by the driver of a Toyota SUV that flipped after slipping on ice covered pavement on Berkeley Place Tuesday morning, when drivers were surprised to discover icy roads under their tires in spite of warming temperatures.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
A firefighter checks for any valuables left behind by the driver of a Toyota SUV that flipped after slipping on ice covered pavement on Berkeley Place Tuesday morning, when drivers were surprised to discover icy roads under their tires in spite of warming temperatures.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

A firefighter checks for any valuables left behind by the driver of a Toyota SUV that flipped after slipping on ice-covered pavement on Berkeley Place on Tuesday morning, when drivers discovered icy roads under their tires in spite of warming temperatures. The woman driving the vehicle was tended to by firefighters and paramedics at the scene.

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