The season's first snowfall with accumulation, albeit minimal, has already claimed several vehicle accidents on Butler County roads this morning.
Fire and ambulance crews are at a pair of two-vehicle crashes with injuries in and Cranberry townships.
One person was still reportedly trapped in a vehicle about 20 minutes after a crash at 6:52 a.m. on Glen Eden Road in Cranberry, authorities said.
Cranberry Township EMS and volunteer firefighters are at the scene along with township police. A county dispatcher said at least one person was injured in the crash.
A short time earlier, two vehicles wrecked on West Eldorado Road in Parker Township. The accident call came into the 911 center at 6:27 a.m. One person was hurt.
Emlenton EMS and the Bruin Volunteer Fire Department were called to that crash that may have been caused by snow-covered roads.
Emergency crews upon reaching the accident scene called for the township road crew to salt the road due to treacherous conditions.
Shortly after 7 a.m., meanwhile,a vehicle reportedly slid off South Oliver Avenue in Zelienople and ended up in a cemetery. No injuries were reported.