The question was simple: How are the roads in your neighborhood.
And Canon-McMillan Patch’s Facebook friends’ answers were resounding: Terrible. Crappy. Untreated. Ridiculous.
“Reissing Road was horrible, the bus came down safe thank goodness!!!” Cecil Township’s Jen Swearman posted.
Rick Abruzzi took a more sarcastic approach to answering the question.
“What roads? Can’t see them with all the snow on them,” he wrote.
Several other readers said their roads hadn’t been touched by a plow as of early afternoon.
“Smithfield Street definitely hasn’t been touched,” Amber Sembrat wrote.
Still others said that while they were visited by a plow, it didn’t do them much good.
“Plow came through Georgetown Estates around 11:45 a.m.,” Marci Zaunick wrote. “You can barely tell we were even plowed. The hills on Georgetown Road headed in both directions are bad, hill by the church is worse than the one by Hahn Road.”
The winter storm that pummeled the area Friday morning also snared traffic on Interstate 79 near Canonsburg, where the road was restricted to one lane while emergency crews cleared the scene.
An accident in Cecil Township was also reported.
First responders in Muse said Millers Run Road was also closed for about 40 minutes Friday morning because of a vehicle crash in the 3000 block around 10:30 a.m. There was one minor injury reported.
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