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Police: Several power outages, crashes due to weather

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WACO, TX (KXXV) -

The Waco Police Department said that due to the weather there are several power outages around the city and some traffic lights are malfunctioning.

Police are asking citizens to use extra caution when approaching intersections where traffic lights are out. 

Everyone should come to a stop and follow the yield right-of-way law.

Police also said they are working multiple car crashes and minor street flooding.

Police are also asking people to use wipers and headlights. 

To see a map of the power outages click here

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