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Stranded Motorists On I75 Given Water, Food


Kentucky State Police say emergency crews are making their way to cars stranded along Interstate 75 in a major snowstorm with water, fuel and snacks. The agency said early Saturday on Twitter that its crews and the National Guard are moving cars one at a time. They said that the Red Cross is establishing shelters for motorists. Police said no further traffic was being allowed on the road and cars were being diverted. They did not give more specifics, however, or immediately answer phone calls and emails seeking comment.

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