New video from Terrance Terrence Cook from the extreme cold in Lafayette, IN.
After the negative temperatures and extreme wind chills subside Indiana communities struggle to return to a their daily lives with nearly a foot of snow and hazardous road conditions.
Scene 1: An abandoned car is covered in snow after several snowplows create a wall 5-10 feet high along a highway 28 in far Western Tippecanoe County, IN.
Scene 2: Traffic continues past an abandoned vehicle in rural Indiana along highway 28 in Rural Tippecanoe County, IN.
Scene 3: A snow blower attempts to clear a sidewalk as a snow plow works on a business parking lot in the background in Lafayette, IN.
Scene 4: Traffic is diverted on Highway 52 in Lafayette, IN due to a water main break flooding a lane following -15F temperatures.
Scene 5: Water gushes from the ground near the location of a water main break and creates a cloud of steam and pool of water in sub zero temperatures.
Scene 6: A car sits on a snow bank after failing to make a left turn.
Scene 7: The car is stuck partially blocking an intersection in Lafayette, IN as city police work the scene.
Scene 8: Police work to clear the scene of an accident in sub zero temperatures.
Scene 9: A snowman sits outside of a restaurant staring in the window as a pedestrian walks along the sidewalk.