The first respondent to the accident on Highway 417 headed east near Nicholas.
Environment Canada may have reduced the conditions forecasts in the capital to become freezing drizzle advisors, but the roads and sidewalks in the area remain messy and slippery.
And it will likely continue until around noon.
While the road made dangerous driving early Friday, Ottawa police only reported one incident record, as a vehicle collided with standard traffic lights near Fallowfield Road and Woodroffe Avenue.
The incident occurred at around 5:30 a.m., and the driver of the vehicle was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Traffic in the area continued to slow, with Fallowfield heading east closed temporarily and westward reduced to one lane.
Traffic on east Queensway was supported from Nicholas to Vanier Parkway due to a multi-vehicle accident in the left lane. There were no direct reports of injuries.
This situation was more serious in communities along the coast, where eastbound Highway 401 was closed between Gananoque and Brockville due to a number of early morning collisions. There are no reports of immediate injury.
One lane to the east reopens around 7:30 a.m.
In Quebec, meanwhile, travelers in the Mont-Laurier area faced a major detour after a truck carrying "explosive products" was jacked up on Highway 117 near Lac des Écorces, about 160 kilometers north of Gatineau.
The driver suffered minor injuries.
But the driver faces a long detour, including having to travel to Montreal for the route back to Gatineau.
Flight delays were reported at Ottawa International Airport and officials recommended that travelers check first.
The Canadian environment slightly lowered the warning to a "drizzle freeze" at around 10am.
Frozen drizzle is expected to continue until around noon, when it must turn into a regular rain or drizzle period when the temperature rises above the frozen mark and goes to a height of 7 C.
The wind will blow hard from the east, crashing 50 km / h at certain times, before decreasing in the afternoon, heading to an altitude of 7 C.
Friday night, expect the rain to continue, with the wind a little lower and -1 C lower, which will feel like -9 with cold winds.
Saturday is expected to continue to rain, turning into snowflakes that should end in the morning, when the sun is expected to break.
It must be a mixture of sun and clouds, because the thermometer slides down, falling to around -10 C in the afternoon, with a -18 wind rating.
Saturday night looks clear and cold, with a low estimate of -19 C.
Sunday looks good at the moment, bright and fresh at -7 C and a small breeze.
Sunday night will feature clouds with a possibility of 40 percent of confusion and the low is expected to drop to -19 C.
Clouds are expected to continue on Monday, still with a 40 percent chance of flurries and the highest -1 C.
Opportunities for busyness are expected to increase by 60 percent on New Year's Eve, when temperatures have to go down to -3 C.
The first day of 2019 looks cloudy with the possibility of 70 percent busyness and the highest 0 C.
Tuesday night is estimated to be cloudy with a 60 percent chance of confusion and the lowest of -13 C.
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