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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Heavy fog greeted people driving to work in the Salt Lake Valley again this morning.
An isolated patch of heavy fog and black ice caused nearly 60 cars to wreck yesterday morning. No one was killed, but there were numerous injuries and part of Interstate 80 was closed for most of the day.
This morning, the interstate is back open. Fog was more widespread, and trucks were dropping salt on the roads.
The Utah Highway Patrol was urging people to use caution on their morning drives.
The fog was also causing delays for flights at Salt Lake City International Airport this morning.
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