DELPHOS — Police were busy Wednesday morning after a dip in temperatures left icy patches on roadways.

At 7:57 a.m., Delphos Police responded to a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of West Fifth and Jefferson streets.

According to reports, a vehicle driven by Cailtyn Andrews, 25, of Delphos was westbound on Fifth Street and stopped at the traffic light at Jefferson Street when a vehicle driven by Brayden Kill, 17, of Delphos failed to stop behind the Andrews vehicle because of icy conditions, striking it in the rear.

A passenger in the Andrews vehicle, 4-year-old Asher Andrews, was attended to at the scene by Delphos EMS and later transported to St. Rita’s by his mother for evaluation for a possible neck injury.

Kill was cited for failure to stop at an assured, clear distance.

At 8:08 a.m., police were called to Fort Jennings Road for a single-vehicle accident.

According to reports, 84-year-old Charles Broecker of Fort Jennings had been traveling northbound on Fort Jennings Road when he lost control of his vehicle, slid off the left side of the roadway, struck a road sign and came to rest on top of the sign. Broecker’s vehicle sustained minor damage.

No citations were given.