Winter storm results in 382 crashes, 409 disabled vehicle incidents in Va., Md. area

A Virginia State Police officer travels along a snow covered road on Route 10 in Surry County, Va. Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. (VA State Police)

Virginia State Police and Maryland State Police have responded to a combined 382 crashes and 409 disabled vehicle incidents in their areas between Wednesday night and Thursday morning as a winter storm blanketed much of the D.C. region.

Maryland State Police released an update Thursday afternoon highlighting a staggering 86 crashes and 146 disabled vehicles reported in the state since last night.

Earlier Thursday morning, Maryland State Police tweeted that officers responded to 51 car crashes and 55 disabled vehicle calls with most of the incidents happening in and around Southern Maryland and Maryland's Eastern Shore.

In Virginia, troopers responded to roughly 466 emergency calls involving 245 car crashes and 208 disabled vehicle incidents. According to a release from Virginia State Police, there were approximately 127 traffic crashes and 61 disabled vehicle incidents in the Richmond area.

Additionally, troopers responded to 118 traffic crashes and 147 disabled vehicle incidents in the Chesapeake area.

This story has been updated

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