Winter Storm Landon brings snow, cold, slick roads


Roads becoming slick as snow continues falling.

Two retrieved from Trinity River after crash

Driver in critical condition after rescue

After securing tethers, Aaron Mann, a Wise County EMS swift water technician, entered the water and removed Bushow from the vehicle.

Update for Thursday February 3, 2022

WINTER STORM HITS WISE — Freezing rain, sleet and snow fell in Wise County overnight, resulting in layers of ice on trees and slick roads. As of 8 a.m., Decatur was seeing snow. The precipitation is expected to end by this afternoon. Wise County remains under a winter storm warning until 6 p.m. Temperatures will stay below freezing today with a forecast high of 23. Oncor reported an outage affecting 538 customers last night in the Lake Bridgeport area, but power was restored at 5:21 a.m. Oncor was reporting no outages as of 7 a.m. U.S. 81/287 was slick in spots between Rhome and Decatur, especially around County Road 4421. Going north into Decatur roads were passable. City streets have a layer of snow. Bridgeport Police Chief Steve Stanford said main highways are slick in areas and city streets are also slick.