(CBS) — Indiana State Police have been dealing with so many accidents this winter, they’re trying a new tactic to try to get people to slow down on ice and snow.

The mantra of Indiana State Police Sergeant Ann Wojas has been the same all winter: Slow down on ice and snow.

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“Every time you think you got through to them, we have another snow event and they’re crashing left and right again.

“It’s the same thing over and over: To adjust your speed, rethink your trip. Watch out on bridges – and especially ramps.”

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A jack-knifed semi. (Credit: Indiana State Police)

A jack-knifed semi. (Credit: Indiana State Police)

But once again on Saturday, Wojas says troopers out of the Lowell District were busy responding to accidents on I-80/94 and I-65.

So she’s sent accident photos out to news media and social media – hoping to scare people straight before the next big snow this week.

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“I don’t know what else to do.”