Atlanta-area roads still clogged with cars, trucks
After a rare snow stopped Atlanta-area commuters in their tracks -- forcing many to hunker down in cars overnight or seek other shelter -- helicopters were being used to spot stranded drivers so rescuers could get food and water to them.
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#1 Jan 29, 2014
Heads need to roll on this fiasco. There is no reason those roads were not salted and sanded prior to this mess. 3" of snow did not do this, the ice did. They knew that storm was coming MONDAY and to not prepare is nothing but incompetence. If they can't handle icy roads, what would they do if a major tornado went through the heart of the city?
Every one of those tractor trailers should have been directed into the outside land and told to park until the cars could get through, as well.
Let the lawsuits began.
#2 Jan 29, 2014
The rest of America howls with laughter.
#3 Jan 31, 2014
at least the hillbillies still have plenty of water,hear yours is drying up,lmao.
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