UPDATE 5:31 p.m.
Dee Phillips of Dee's Towing cleans up one of many accidents in Tallahassee Friday morning.
/These two vehicles were involved in a head-on collision on Tharpe Street.
"I just pretty much try to handle it you know, one call at a time," said Phillips.
The weather means more work for the man who's run his own towing company in town for nine years.
"People getting stuck, people running in the ditch slidin' off the road and of course fender benders from the police and sheriff's department here in the town."
Phillips says he usually gets more calls after the storms have gone through because of the slick roadways that are left behind and drivers being more aggressive.
"A lot of people tend not to slow down after the rain and they put themselves in a more dangerous situation by riding faster and not taking cautions of the rain."
By: WCTV Eyewitness News Web Staff
February 21, 2014
Tallahassee, Fla. -- A vehicle pulled out in front of a school bus causing an accident in Tallahassee this morning.
The crash happened at the intersection of Blountstown Highway and Geddie Road west of town.
A woman pulled out trying to turn left onto Blountstown Highway when the bus, headed west, crashed into her.
No students were inside the bus at the time, and the bus driver was okay.
The woman was taken to an area hospital to treat her injuries.