I-80 turmoil

I counted over 20 vehicles wrecked or in the ditches, between Victor and Marengo exits, on Sunday Morning.

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keven says ... on Saturday, Feb 16 at 3:04 PM

i left iowa on feb2 and between cr and ill state line i see 35 cars in the ditch glad i get out way i did are you all not used to weather its feb i have not drive in the snow in a year and still maybe it out ok and safe slow down

nathan says ... on Wednesday, Feb 13 at 8:05 PM

thank you for keeping the body shops busy

ken says ... on Tuesday, Feb 12 at 4:56 PM

You said it all. Thanks to them they drive our insurance rates up. Always in a hurry.

Archdruid says ... on Tuesday, Feb 12 at 8:48 AM

And the main reason for multi cars in the ditches and accidents is that almost everyone tailgates eachother everywhere instead of allowing a confortable cushion to beable to stop.

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