Icy roads causing wrecks across Ga.

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Roads are getting treacherous across Georgia as snow continues to fall amid Tuesday's winter storm.

Channel 2 Action News has more than 20 reporters spread across Georgia covering the conditions.

Georgia State Patrol officials said there are reports of more than a dozen crashes caused by icy roads in Troup County.

Channel 2’s Tom Regan spotted a wreck at I-85 northbound just south of Hogansville.

The passenger was taken to a hospital with injuries. The driver was not seriously hurt after a pickup truck hit a bridge and ran off the road near mile marker 24. The truck then crashed into the woods.

Regan went further down I-85 where an SUV skidded on the northbound side of I-85 and went into the median.

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The driver didn’t appear to be seriously hurt.

Meanwhile, GDOT urges people to stay off the roads. The same advisory goes for other areas.

Channel 2’s Richard Elliot is monitoring conditions in Severe Weather Chaser 2. Snow is sticking on parts of the road in south metro Atlanta.

A viewer sent a photo of an overturned car on Cobb Parkway in Kennesaw.

Channel 2’s Kerry Kavanaugh spoke to Griffin-Spalding school officials, urging drivers to be on the lookout for buses transporting students for early dismissal.

Download the WSB-TV traffic app for detour information and stay with Channel 2 Action News for continuous Severe Weather Team 2 updates.