37 states, 90 million people brace for hazardous weather l ABC News

There were numerous accidents around the country Thursday, with some interstates closed from Oregon to Michigan as the wild weather moved across the country.

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24 thoughts on “37 states, 90 million people brace for hazardous weather l ABC News

  1. Don't believe the story of climate change , these are last day events natural disasters all around the world are increasing many in diverse places helped along with by evil man
    Sitting in high places liars and deceivers of the masses.
    Propaganda of fear and hatred pushing people where they want them to go leading many to destruction.

  2. The pileup on 95 reminds me of the blizzard of 78….it was much worst. I was living in Northern Virginia at the time. When cars were trapped in snow on the freeway and were abandoned by people seeking shelter, they used cranes to pick up cars and stack them on top of each other so they could then clear the roads. It was horrible and made worse by poor planning. Seems Virginia still can’t deal with severe weather properly. I’m so glad I now live in Southern Arizona!

  3. The pileup on 95 reminds me of the blizzard of 78….it was much worst. I was living in Northern Virginia at the time. When cars were trapped in snow on the freeway and were abandoned by people seeking shelter, they used cranes to pick up cars and stack them on top of each other so they could then clear the roads. It was horrible and made worse by poor planning. Seems Virginia still can’t deal with severe weather properly. I’m so glad I now live in Southern Arizona!

  4. There are 2 things I'm really grateful for right now, I live in Florida and I'm no longer a long haul truck driver.
    Especially driving my standard route down
    I-81 from Syracuse, NY all the way down to Knoxville, Tennessee.
    That would really suck, I would probably be stranded somewhere, waiting for the plows to clear the road, and the tow trucks to clear away all the accidents.

  5. There are 2 things I'm really grateful for right now, I live in Florida and I'm no longer a long haul truck driver.
    Especially driving my standard route down
    I-81 from Syracuse, NY all the way down to Knoxville, Tennessee.
    That would really suck, I would probably be stranded somewhere, waiting for the plows to clear the road, and the tow trucks to clear away all the accidents.

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  7. Why is in our government helping with this why wasn’t this lousy president or vice president helping the people that were stuck on the highway oh no but things are forging forward as the ridiculous vice president’s tweet it out they need to pick up a newspaper every once in a while you give a crap about the American people and we know it and soon you’ll know how people feel about how you treated the people in Afghanistan inflation gas prices the riots that happened over the summer that you actually stood behind and parade for make me sick

  8. Yeah why isn’t the president and his vice president who said just Monday how good everything is moving along while people are stuck on the highway for 24 hours or so read the news before you open your mouth or hit Twitter and you’re telling me these people are ready to run the country they are sad excuse for an American and they both need to be gone

  9. The pileup on 95 reminds me of the blizzard of 78….it was much worst. I was living in Northern Virginia at the time. When cars were trapped in snow on the freeway and were abandoned by people seeking shelter, they used cranes to pick up cars and stack them on top of each other so they could then clear the roads. It was horrible and made worse by poor planning. Seems Virginia still can’t deal with severe weather properly. I’m so glad I now live in Southern Arizona!

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