Footage From The I-70 Shows An Avalanche Covering Up A Part Of The Highway
The web was surrounded by video clips when the avalanche was triggered along the I-70 highway!
Yesterday, American journalist Jeremy Hubbard captured a scene of a power of nature that circled the web quickly while driving on the I-70 highway near the popular Ten Mile Canyon between Frisco and the Copper Mountain ski area in Colorado.
Just infront of his car, an avalanche was triggered near the I-70 highway, and Jeremy managed to record almost the whole scene on his mobile phone.
Fortunately, the snow only covered a part of the highway, and the traffic was stopped there for a short time. Take a look at what the scene was witnessed yesterday by many drivers on the I-70 highway near Ten Mile Canyon.
Avalanche on March 3rd in Tenmile Canyon in Summit County, Colorado. The highway was unaffected by the avalanche. Avalanche debris collected in Tenmile Creek which is underneath the avalanche path and away from the highway. pic.twitter.com/44c1E3z8eN— CAIC:Statewide Info (@COAvalancheInfo) March 3, 2019