Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island imposed travel bans to keep cars off the road and let plows do their work, and the National Guard helped clear highways in Connecticut, where more than 240 auto accidents were reported. The Guardsmen rescued about 90 motorists, including a few who had hypothermia and were taken to hospitals.
On Long Island, hundreds of drivers spent a cold and scary night stuck on the highways. Even snowplows got bogged down or were blocked by stuck cars, so emergency workers used snowmobiles to try to reach motorists, many of whom were still waiting to be rescued hours after the snow had stopped.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/weather/2013/...#ixzz2KWcPhjuv
...... So it appears the Right to be Stupid is alive and well for those that were concerned about loss of personal freedom.
Last edited by lawaiaa; 02-10-2013 at 02:51 PM.
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by the way
chris christie of new joisey did the same warning