Greene County authorities responded to several separate incidents on Sunday, assisting motorists who had issues with the heavy snowfall. This started with a report to the Jefferson Police Department at about 11 a.m. when a resident notified them an elderly male had become stuck in the deep snow near Mulberry and Central Streets. When the officer arrived, he learned the gentleman had driven off the actual road surface and become stuck, so he was given a ride to his residence. The Greene County Sheriff’s Office requested the assistance of an officer for a vehicle in the ditch on Highway 4 south of 265th Street, south of Jefferson at approximately 12:51 p.m. The officer located the vehicle, which was undamaged, and gave the two occupants a ride back to their residence in Jefferson. A Greene County deputy was busy at that time, having been called to three incidents in the noon hour. The first was at approximately 12:19 p.m. when the deputy was notified of a vehicle in the ditch on 140th Street near L Avenue, east of Churdan. The next incident was reported at approximately 12:41 p.m. from a motorist who had gotten stuck in the snow at Adams and Elm Streets in Jefferson and the final call was at 12:52 p.m. for another stuck motorist on U.S. Highway 30 near Pioneer Avenue, east of Jefferson. None of the authorities reported any injuries associated with these calls.