JANESVILLE (AP) - Two people died when their car slid into the path of a semi on a slippery Rock County highway.
Sheriff's officials say the slick road was a major factor in the crash on Highway 11 about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The Midwest's first major snowstorm of the season is creating treacherous road conditions in several states, including Wisconsin.
Forty-one-year-old Jaime Paiz-Gutierrez lost control of his car, crossed the center line and collided with the semi.
Paiz-Gutierrez and a 45-year-old passenger, Guadalupe Ortiz, were pronounced dead at the scene. Both were from nearby Footville.
The semi driver was treated for minor injuries at a Janesville hospital.
The snow is piling up across Wisconsin where a blizzard warning is posted for some parts of the state.
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