Very dangerous road conditions are creating countless slide offs and roll overs across the Ozarks Sunday afternoon.
Crews are working tirelessly to get crashes cleaned up along major highways and I-44.
At least two spots along eastbound I-44 in the Ozarks are shut down as off 3:30 Sunday afternoon from pile ups along the interstate.
Go Patrol spotters telling us about dozens of cars involved in crashes between Conway and Marshfield around the 106 mile marker that has eastbound lanes shut down.
Again around the 118 mile marker near Phillipsburg a truck carrying a trailer crashes into a vehicle causing big slow downs as drivers come over a hill.
The interstate is shut down going eastbound Greene County as well, at the 64 mile marker from a jackknifed tractor trailer.
Go Patrol spotters continue to report slick roads along northbound Highway 13 near Bolivar, and all along Highway 60 and 65.
At one point, there was a crash at almost every exit of highway 65 in Springfield.
James River Freeway continues to be an issue for driver with multiple slide off and roll overs.
Authorities are advising people just to exchange information if your involved in a crash and no one is injured because crews are busy responding to injury crashes.
To check road conditions including winter weather conditions and traffic speeds, please check MoDOT’s Traveler Information Map at http://traveler.modot.org/map/.