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This Bobcat crashed into a car.

On Northern Arizona University's campus, a bobcat collides with a parked car as its operator works to clear the streets and parking lots of snow Monday.

Over President’s Day weekend, with parts of the city seeing 14 inches of snow, Flagstaff experienced 54 collisions according to Flagstaff Police Department spokesperson Charles Hernandez.

Of those collisions, four resulted in injuries, Hernandez wrote in an email. 

On Sunday, FPD responded to 38 accidents, two of which resulted in injuries. They also responded to ten motorists in need of assistance.

On Monday, FPD responded to 16 accidents, two of which resulted in injuries, and helped 17 motorists who were in need of assistance.

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Many of the drivers asking for help throughout the weekend had slid off the road, could not navigate icy roadways or their vehicles had become disabled in the storm, Hernandez said.

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Adrian Skabelund can be reached at the office at askabelund@azdailysun.com, by phone at (928) 556-2261 or on Twitter @AdrianSkabelund.

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