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VIDEO: Cars Keep Coming And Coming in This Massive Pile-Up

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It may be cold in Los Angeles, but at least we don't have to deal with the snowy traffic you see in this video. This video is getting a lot of attention on many newscasts around the country and is starting to go viral, and we thought we'd share with you as well.

The Department of Transportation cameras captured 5 minutes of raw footage on Highway 41/45 in Germantown, Wisconsin. At least 50 cars were involved in this massive pile-up, eventually shutting down the highway. There were no casualties, but many people escaped major injury after getting out of their cars while the pile up continued.

 

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