Police say eight people have been injured in a 41-vehicle pileup that shut southbound Interstate 75 for hours on a day when scattered snow showers pelted northern Kentucky.
Kentucky's Kenton County police department issued a statement saying six of the injured were taken to hospitals, but none of the injuries was life-threatening. It said cars and other vehicles collided on southbound lanes at 12.22 pm on Monday just north of Crittenden and south of Cincinnati.
Police say 23 vehicles had to be towed before southbound lanes reopened at 2.45 pm. A news photo showed cars sprawled across several lanes and beside a shoulder with accumulated snow. Authorities say the cause is under investigation.
Meteorologist John Denman with the National Weather Service in Louisville said snow showers fell around the state on Monday.