Wet roads lead to multiple accidents

8:06 AM, Jul 31, 2013   |    comments
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(WXIA) -- Wednesday's rainy weather has led to a number of problems on metro Atlanta highways during the morning commute.

A six-vehicle accident completely shut down northbound Interstate 285 at Camp Creek Parkway in south Fulton County. The road has since reopened.

An overturned vehicle was reported on westbound Interstate 20 just before Gresham Road in southeast Atlanta.

In DeKalb County, an injury crash was reported near the QuikTrip on Chamblee Dunwoody Road at Pierce Drive. A car ran off the road on northbound I-285 at Church Street, also in DeKalb. One left lane of northbound I-285 is blocked at Glenwood Road by another wreck.

A car slid off the road and into a lake near the intersection of Rockbridge and Deshon roads in DeKalb. The driver managed to escape before the car became submerged.

A fourth I-285 north wreck was reported at Arthur Langford Parkway in southwest Atlanta.

In Gwinnett County, dispatchers reported an accident at Loganville Highway and Cooper Road.

Two wrecks were reported on Atlanta surface streets. One was at Hosea Williams Drive and Wyman Street. The other was an injury crash at Clay Street and Memorial Drive.

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