Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues 1/28 @ 10:43AM – hwy 31 starting to stall

Tues 1/28 @ 10:43AM - hwy 31 starting to stall. Even at this point only an hour or so after the snow first started to fall, cars are struggling to get up Hwy 31. You can see a pileup at the sharp bend at the bottom and a shuttle bus off the side of the steep exit ramp. Also, the second cars heading up the hill are moving (I have a sequence of pictures showing them in different positions) but the first car is turned sideways from starting to spin out.

Tues 1/28 @ 10:43AM – hwy 31 starting to stall. Even at this point only an hour or so after the snow first started to fall, cars are struggling to get up Hwy 31. You can see a pileup at the sharp bend at the bottom and a shuttle bus off the side of the steep exit ramp. Also, the second cars heading up the hill are moving (I have a sequence of pictures showing them in different positions) but the first car is turned sideways from starting to spin out.

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