10/5/2013 Wall, South Dakota Morning Blizzard B-Roll

New footage of the powerful blizzard hitting the area this morning.

The powerful winter storm system was continuing to slam into Central South Dakota and the town of Wall, SD.

Footage shot this morning at the height of the blizzard with wind gusts up to 59 miles per hour and blinding snow, conditions on the roads were impassible.

Clip 1 Dash camera footage trying to drive out of the hotel parking lot and was stopped by a three foot high snow drift.

Clip 2 Standing in front of a eight foot high snow drift.

Clip 3 Major snow drifts covering the cars in the hotel parking lot.

Clip 4 American Flag blowing in the 50 mph winds.

Clip 5 Someone out walking in the blizzard

Clip 6 – 7 Semi Trucks parked and waiting out the weather.

Clip 8 – 9 Someone checking on the trucks and walking in the blizzard.

Clip 10 – 11 Blowing snow blowing over a massive snow drift.

Clip 12 The road to Interstate 90 totally covered by 6-12 feet of snow.

Clip 13 Standing on top of a snow drift looking under the overpass with massive snow drifts blocking the road.

Clip 14 Westbound entrance to Interstate 90 closed off.

Clip 15 Store closed down and cut off due to the snow drifts.

Clip 16 Someone out walking with massive snow drifts in the foreground.

Clip 17 The only way to get around is to walk to the only store that was open. Exxon opened up so stranded travelers could buy food and survival supplies.

Clip 18 Stop sign covered in snow and ice.

Clip 19 High winds during the over night blew this sign over.

Clip 20 Someone did not check the forecast and was stranded when they could not ride their motorcycle home.