ONEONTA _ A storm brought light sleet, snow and freezing rain to the region Sunday night and numerous cars slid off roadways.

In parts of Delaware and Otsego counties, icy roads led to several crashes, but none caused serious injuries, troopers in Deposit, Oneonta and Sidney reported.

Delaware County Sheriff Thomas Mills issued a travel advisory shortly before 10 p.m. urging residents to avoid unnecessary travel.

The bulk of the precipitation in the region Sunday night was shown on National Weather Service radar as moving from west to east across Delaware County.

A section of state Route 206 north of Roscoe was closed, as was a stretch of state Route 17 in Sullivan county, troopers in Liberty said.

Two vehicles lost control and went off the road between exits 16 and 15 on Interstate 88 in the town of Oneonta. There were no injuries, according to the Oneonta Fire Department.

Oneonta troopers said motorists appeared to be driving for the conditions and none of the accidents in the Oneonta area involved personal injury.

A crash with injuries was reported late Sunday night on state Route 23 in nouthern Delaware County outside of Grand Gorge.

The storm was expected to end this morning with snow accumulation of less than 1 inch and little or no ice in Oneonta and surrounding areas, according to the National Weather Service.

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