Route 30 Shutdown In Both Directions

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Bird 's Comment
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Rt 30 just outside of Warsaw in case anyone is heading that way. Completely avoid it multiple semi crash reported with one turned over. And a crash on the detour route that was made to go around. Stay safe out there. Very slippery.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Luckily I do not have to run 30 anymore, unfortunately I-65 between Rensselaer and Remington gets very slick, lots of accidents and slide offs in that 20 mile stretch.

Bird 's Comment
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Yeah 65 can get nasty, especially that stretch. I'm actually at Rensselaer every Wednesday delivering a lone pallet of milk to a Strack and van til. Than rt 16 back to Huntington.

Both route 30 and 5 were a mess today.

Mr. Curmudgeon's Comment
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Than rt 16 back to Huntington.

Idade! That grocery warehouse, south of town? Manny's a 10-hour break was spent in the dock waiting for the lopers to finish unloading and sorting the stuff I took their.. So glad we do not do grocery loads with my new outfit.

I was fortunate today, in that I went to Grand Rapids, and ran right between the two storm sections. Just a little bit of flurry activity early this morning. Stay safe this weekend to haul who are driving in the midwest, promises to be quite interesting.

Bird 's Comment
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Alot of interesting little towns through there. And you're right about this weekend. Saturday in particular I think we're going to get SLAMMED.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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And you're right about this weekend. Saturday in particular I think we're going to get SLAMMED.

Unless something changes I do not think I will be running Friday night/Saturday morning. Unfortunately my entire route to Indy is supposed to have 6 plus inches of snow and high winds.

Bird 's Comment
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Yeah unfortunately I'll still be running a load. Curious, if you end up not running are you still getting some sort of pay for that day?

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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No, I can use a PTO day if I want but I like to save them for vacation days. We may have to run Sunday instead which stinks, but I would rather do that then end up in a ditch, snow and wind are not a sets best friend.

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