Conditions on roadways, overpasses, and bridges rapidly deteriorated as Winter Storm Grayson moved in Wednesday afternoon.
Capt. Joey Crosby, spokesman with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, created a video warning drivers of the dangerous conditions and urging people to stay off the roadways, stating bridges and roads are icing. Other officials also urged caution as the storm blew in, and multiple crashes were reported.
Here’s what’s impacted as of 5:45 p.m. Wednesday according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol and Department of Transportation:
Ice/snow was reported on the following roads:
S.C. 90 - near the landfill in the curve
Old Reaves Ferry Road at Waccamaw River Bridge
S.C. 31 Northbound at Milemarker 12
U.S. 17 - under the overpass near Robert Grissom Parkway
S.C. 319 near S 567
S.C. 544 at University Boulevard
U.S. 378 at the Marion County line
U.S. 501 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway
Zeb Thomas Bridge on Robert Grissom Parkway over the Intracoastal Waterway
S.C. Highway 917 near S 19
For more information, visit the SCHP website at http://ow.ly/akFv30hzbEA.
Other bridges, overpasses, and roadways are also likely impacted from the storm, and extreme caution is urged. The Sun News will provided updates as they become available.