Power outages coupled with the cold were just a few of the problems Poconos residents faced Friday.
Cell towers down, the brutal wind, and of course the inches of snow were all of note but the biggest problem, the incredible traffic jams that resulted in some people being stuck on the roadway for hours upon hours.
69 News’ Josh Rultenberg caught up with some people unlucky enough to get caught in it all.
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