Danville airport reopens, few outages reported | Local News
Despite a day of deluge of snow, sleet and ice, Sunday’s winter storm caused few power outages and traffic accidents in the town of Danville.
Danville Regional Airport has also reopened.
Danville reported four outages early Monday morning, affecting 11 customers, but service was restored by 11:45 a.m. according to city spokesman Arnold Hendrix.
There was one motor vehicle accident reported Sunday and one accident today, according to Capt. Steve Richardson of the Danville Police Department.
No injuries were reported due to the crashes, he said.
The Public Works Department reports that main streets are in fair condition with icy areas as of 11:45 a.m. Crews began clearing snow from residential areas at midnight. They were unable to clear the roadway due to compacted and frozen snow and sleet. They continue to plow the streets today. Additionally, teams apply sand to provide traction. Crews continue to work 12 hours a day, 24 hours a day.
A high of 36 degrees is expected today, with overnight temperatures expected to drop to 19 degrees.
Any resident in need of shelter should call the non-emergency number for the Emergency Communications Center. This number is (434) 799-5111, option 8. The center will arrange to meet the need.