Traffic GRIDLOCKED across Leeds as drivers report TWO HOUR delays on commute due to snow
Traffic is currently gridlocked across Leeds as drivers battle against the heavy snow.
Some drivers have reported delays of up to two hours getting to work due to the conditions.
Photographs supplied to the Yorkshire Evening Post show commuters in Pudsey at a standstill.
Across the city, crashes and the heavy snow are causing traffic delays.
One driver tweeted: "Taken me two hours to drive two miles to work. A joke!"
Another added: "How am I meant to get up the hill this morning? No chance..."
West Yorkshire Police have released information on what to do if you crash in the snow.
Police are receiving hundreds of calls about crashes across the region this morning.
However, the force urged drivers to exchange details with the other driver and avoid calling 999 if there is no obstruction in the road or injury.
Call handlers said they are getting 'many calls of this nature to 999' this morning.
The contact management centre tweeted: "If you have a road traffic collision with no obstruction in the road and no injury you do not need to ring us on 999.
"You need to exchange details with the other driver.
"We are getting many calls of this nature this morning due to the weather.
"Please drive safe."