Wednesday’s winter storm kept Maryland State Police busy.
Police responded to more than 1,100 calls for service, including more than 350 crashes.
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According to state police, 1,159 calls for service came in between 9 a.m. Wednesday and 5 a.m. Thursday. There were 356 crashes reported to state police, 226 unattended or disabled vehicles and 17 roadside hazards.
Icy roads are still likely as of Thursday morning.
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