(WTNH) - First responders will be out on the roads keeping everyone safe during the storm.
We asked him what someone should do if they go off of the road or crash during the storm.
First responders will no doubt be out helping disabled vehicles, as the roads will be slick.
Drivers are asked to remember the move over law to give emergency crews a safe amount of space to operate.
Watch the video above for more.
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