Road crashes top 150; snow forecast again

Woman missing after leap into river to avoid hit by rig

Posted: February 9, 2014 at 3:57 a.m.

Emergency personnel tend to a pickup driver who lost control of his vehicle Saturday and hit the side wall on Interstate 40 eastbound in North Little Rock.

The weather that set the stage for more than 150 traffic accidents Friday night and early Saturday morning in the Little Rock area and numerous others in central and southern Arkansas is expected to recur tonight and Monday, meteorologists warned Saturday.

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