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Billings police enact slick streets policy Monday morning, multiple vehicle crash under investigation

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Law enforcement responds to a multi vehicle crash at the intersection of 1st Avenue N and N 13th St Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of Derek Riddle) Law enforcement responds to a multi vehicle crash at the intersection of 1st Avenue N and N 13th St Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of Derek Riddle)
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The Billings Police Department enacted the slick streets policy Monday morning after responding to several collisions. 

No injuries were reported Monday morning after several vehicles, including a school bus, collided at the intersection of 1st Avenue North and North 13th Street. 

Sgt. Shane Winden with the Billings Police Department said the school bus driver was not at fault, but one of the other drivers is under investigation for a possible DUI. 

With the slick streets policy in place, the police will not respond to crashes that don't involve DUI, injury or a driver without insurance. 

If you are involved in a collision, dispatch will give directions on how to handle the situation. 

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