State Patrol: 'low' amount of calls during snow event

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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- The Wisconsin State Patrol Deforest Post says they were a little surprised to see the low amount of calls during the snow storm on Sunday into Monday.

Sgt. Jason Holtz says they have had 206 calls to service since 10 p.m. on Sunday. They have responded to 52 runoffs, 19 property damaged crashes, and two personal injuries crashes.

Holtz says the amount of calls is relatively low for this size of an event. He believes the storm was well-forecasted and people were prepared.

Madison Police have only been responding to serious related injuries. Their officer in charge told NBC15 they haven't had a lot of crashes but have seen many run-offs.