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Is she in danger of freezing to death? Starving to death? or any other sort of mortal peril? I'd say with the fact she has been there for 6 hours that the answer to those questions is no. With that being said, your own course of action is to wait for the accidents to be cleared up. It's not like she's in some lawless zone and sitting idle on the side of the highway can invite you to be attacked by outlaws, she's in PA, they'll clear the road eventually. Stop freaking out and start thinking rationally. Don't listen to any advice telling you to drive out there, unless you own a snowmobile, you'll never get there. And if you did, what would you do? Take her away and abandon her car? That would create a bigger mess cause now all the people behind her have to wait for that car to be moved out of the way.edit on 14-2-2014 by Krazysh0t because: (no reason given)
Every truck driver is required by law to provide shelter in such situations.
90 here in So Cali today. God forbid we have any fires.