Wintry showers overnight have left Jersey's roads icy and slippery.
There has been a crash on St John's road early this morning.
A car veered off course and hit a boundary wall.
No one was injured, and the road has since been cleared.
Police are urging motorists to take extra care.
They say drivers should look out for vulnerable road users- namely those on two wheels and pedestrians.
Heavy wintery showers overnight gave the Island a brief Winter Wonderland appearance . With similar weather expected over the coming days take extra care on the roads and look out for vulnerable road users namely those on two wheels and pedestrians. pic.twitter.com/6jTVIBCZ5M— States of Jsy Police (@JerseyPolice) November 14, 2019
RTC St John's Road . ST HELIER. No one was injured. Road conditions are slippery with hail/snow thick on road surface in areas. Take care out there pic.twitter.com/8V8f0GbYLX— States of Jsy Police (@JerseyPolice) November 14, 2019
Update RTC St John's Road.— States of Jsy Police (@JerseyPolice) November 14, 2019
Snow/slush has been cleared from junction and scene now clear pic.twitter.com/HwBsuZ3HuL
Heavy rain and hail shower at 2 a.m. this morning, St Helier Jersey. pic.twitter.com/37sImPjbF5— Jersey Met (@Jersey_Met) November 14, 2019
More rain and hail showers are forecast for today, and similar weather conditions are expected on Friday.