NORFOLK, Neb. -- A late morning single-vehicle accident kept first responders busy in Norfolk as snowy and slick conditions returned to northeast Nebraska.

Officials were called to Fourth and Elm St. just before 10 a.m. to a report of an accident.

Upon arrival, an SUV could be seen on the side of the road with damages to its left side.

There's no official word from police, but it appears the car hit a pole due to the slick conditions.

It also appeared that multiple people were in the car when the accident happened.

The Norfolk Police Division and Norfolk Fire and Rescue were assisting on scene.

Officials haven't said yet there were any injuries or what caused the crash.

Stick with News Channel Nebraska on this developing story.