Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 2:29PM – crash on rocky ridge rd

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:29PM - crash on rocky ridge rd. I cross the road between these cars that have spun off opposite sides of the road. Judging by minor front-end damage, it looks like they may have hit each other head on at very slow speed. Other cars are stuck behind. All cars visible in this picture should not be there, i.e., the house on the left and the house on the right do not normally have cars parked in their front yards. People may have abandoned these cars and started walking home.

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:29PM – crash on rocky ridge rd. I cross the road between these cars that have spun off opposite sides of the road. Judging by minor front-end damage, it looks like they may have hit each other head on at very slow speed. Other cars are stuck behind. All cars visible in this picture should not be there, i.e., the house on the left and the house on the right do not normally have cars parked in their front yards. People may have abandoned these cars and started walking home.

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