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Intense lake-effect snow and icy roads caused several accidents which resulted in slowed to stopped traffic on Interstate 94 in Kalamazoo and Van Buren County, Michigan Friday morning. 6 to 12 inches of snow had accumulated by midday Friday, making for a scenic winter scene across much of West Michigan.
00-0:52: Wide/medium/tight views of slowed westbound traffic on Interstate 94 in Kalamazoo County Friday morning due to accidents.
0:53-1:00: Snow plow passes by during intense lake-effect snow.
1:00-1:19: Snow covered road conditions with traffic, tight/medium views.
1:19-1:23: Eastbound I-94 stopped at Mattawan in Van Buren County due to accident.
1:23-1:37: Stranded vehicle slide off on icy road.
1:38-1:55: Lake-effect snow in forested terrain, mobile video.
1:55-2:12: Snow plow in action.
2:13-3:00: Assorted views of lake-effect snowfall and snow accumulation of 8″, wide/medium/tight.
SID: Blake Naftel
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