Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 2:12PM – Looking south onto the I-65 ramps

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:12PM - Looking south onto the I-65 ramps. I talk to the man in the foreground and find out he has just walked here from the interstate where his car had spun out and crashed into the median. We both nervously laugh at the situation and blown weather forecast, already a bit in shock at the complete chaos/gridlock. I-65 north is stopped at the foot of Shades Mountain blocking the on-ramp backing up to Hwy 31 and partially blocking it as well.

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:12PM – Looking south onto the I-65 ramps. I talk to the man in the foreground and find out he has just walked here from the interstate where his car had spun out and crashed into the median. We both nervously laugh at the situation and blown weather forecast, already a bit in shock at the complete chaos/gridlock. I-65 north is stopped at the foot of Shades Mountain blocking the on-ramp backing up to Hwy 31 and partially blocking it as well.

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