With flood advisories issued for the Central and South coasts Thursday morning, law enforcement is reminding drivers to slow down and be careful on the road.
As of 8 a.m., the California Highway Patrol was reporting numerous traffic hazards and collisions.
At 8:05 a.m., a vehicle had reportedly spun out and landed in a ditch in the northbound lanes of Highway 101 near El Campo Road outside Arroyo Grande. An ambulance was requested at the scene.
A vehicle reportedly spun out in the northbound lanes of Highway 101 near the Highway 154 onramp at about 7:45 a.m., ending up sideways against the embankment.
A non-injury crash was reported in the southbound lanes in the same area just minutes earlier.
In Oceano, Highway 1 at 13th Street was flooded once again.
WET ROADS: Good morning SLO County. @CHP_Templeton wants to remind you to reduce your speed, increase your following distance, and please, limit your distractions, while you are driving. Bad things happen fast while we are driving, and they happen even faster in bad weather. pic.twitter.com/KNJjOuxq4J
— CHPTempleton (@CHP_Templeton) January 31, 2019