Traffic moved slowly along the inbound Glenn Highway Wednesday morning following significant overnight snowfall.


Many parts of the Anchorage area have received 5 to 8 inches of spring snow overnight into Wednesday morning. As of 12 p.m., snow was still coming down across much of the area.


One driver, heading into Anchorage on the Glenn Highway Wednesday, veered off the road and overturned just before the D Street overpass near Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson shortly before 10 a.m.


The driver appeared to be OK after climbing out of the passenger side door. Almost immediately, multiple good Samaritans stopped to assist the man.


He could be seen pulling a dog out of the vehicle. The dog was walking around after being pulled from the SUV.


The driver was uninjured, according to Anchorage police spokeswoman Renee Oistad. No further information about the condition of the driver or dog was immediately available.


As of 12 p.m., Anchorage police have received calls for five crashes with injuries, 63 crashes without injuries and 55 vehicles in distress.


If you know the driver or any of the people who helped him out, please contact KTVA at 907-274-1111 or email web@ktva.com. 


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