Fri, 1/31 @ 1:24PM – forest brook hill under I-65 » Fri, 1/31 @ 1:24PM – forest brook hill under I-65

Fri, 1/31 @ 1:24PM - forest brook hill under I-65. When I make it over to Forest Brook, I see that the Ford Escape with the smashed passenger side door and window and the pick-up truck that was resting against another car are both still there. There is still a little bit of slush on the righthand side of the road, but even that is mostly melted.

Fri, 1/31 @ 1:24PM – forest brook hill under I-65. When I make it over to Forest Brook, I see that the Ford Escape with the smashed passenger side door and window and the pick-up truck that was resting against another car are both still there. There is still a little bit of slush on the righthand side of the road, but even that is mostly melted.

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