In the Netherlands it is not so serious, but it is still wise to place a bag of some water bottles and nuts in the back of the car. Yesterday, hundreds (thousands of other sources say) of US drivers were surprised by heavy snowfall, resulting in heavy traffic congestion. Many had to spend the night in their car.
Interstate 95 (or just I-95) runs from top to bottom (or vice versa) on the east coast of the United States. It travels from the state of Maine to Florida. In Virginia, half way through, it suddenly snowed over almost a foot yesterday. Due to the slippery road, the lorry overturned and caused a series of accidents. According to ABC News Some were stuck in traffic for 16 hours. On Twitter, some say they have been stuck in traffic for too long. No one is said to have been injured in accidents or hypothermia and malnutrition.
News from traffic jams
On Twitter, among others, people posted photos and videos from the traffic jam. Cars should be overnight at temperatures below zero. ‘I just woke up. Still stuck in the same spot at 9:00 last night. There is not much food, the water is running out. “There were also cars without petrol in the traffic jam. Fortunately, people came to help each other. Truck drivers shared their water and food with those in need, reports CBS4 News.
16 hours of traffic congestion due to snowfall in the United States
I just woke up … I’m still stuck in the same situation since 9pm last night.
Not much food and water. pic.twitter.com/hlX4IiSrOl
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