I'm sure you have all heard about the horrific crash on I-81 in Pennsylvania. What I don't understand is if it is snowing and foggy you can't see 100 feet- why don't you slow down? If you look at this video all you see is trucks and cars ramming into the stopped vehicles as if they aren't even there. I have been stuck in the mountains up on the PA Turnpike extension in Wilkes-Barre. It snowed, melted, and ice coated the road. A tractor trailer leaped the center guard-rail and the cab was on one side and the trailer on the other. Once they let us proceed everyone went maybe 20 mph and with flashers on all the way down the mountain to I-80. What were these folks thinking? Spidereyes455 this is in your backyard. I know what that road is like in the best of conditions.