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Icy US 50 causes spin-outs at Lake Tahoe

Snow on U.S. 50 caused several spin-outs near Glenbrook on Sunday morning.
Nevada Department of Transportation

Slick conditions on U.S. 50 along Lake Tahoe prompted several non-injury wrecks near Glenbrook on Sunday morning.

Douglas County deputies reported icy conditions on the highway north of Cave Rock and near Elks Point.

Chains or snow tires are required on highways around Nevada’s portion of Lake Tahoe.

According to a Nevada Department of Transportation gauge at Cave Rock the highway temperature was right at freezing at 10 a.m.


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