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updated: 3/26/2013 7:30 AM

Indiana snowstorm leaves area north of I-70 sloppy

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Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS -- Several central Indiana counties have declared snow emergencies as a bloated snowstorm crossed the midsection of the state, dumping 8 inches or more in areas north of Interstate 70.

WISH-TV reports that the worst road conditions Monday morning were reported in rural northeast counties such as Blackford and Clinton, where roads were nearly impassable. A dispatcher in Rush County, southeast of Indianapolis, tells The Associated Press that roads there are snow-covered and slick.

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Most areas reported no major traffic crashes despite the challenging drive.

The Indiana Department of Transportation's Greenfield District east of Indianapolis says it had 175 snowplows on duty Sunday night.

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