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>> A sudden snowfall on Christmas Eve blanketed Seattle and sent cars careening down city streets.>> It's crazy, crazy time.>> Move, move now.>> The snow was not heavy, not more than two inches, but it caught the usually temperate Pacific Northwest off-guard. The National Weather Service Office in Seattle says it's only the seventh time in recorded history the city has had measurable snowfall on Christmas Eve, with temperatures below freezing some roads turned to ice.
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>> Scared.
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d I don't wanna drive anymore but I'm stuck in the middle, so I can't go anywhere.>> The Seattle Department of Transportation said it had 18 ploughs on the roads Sunday night and plans to salt the streets Monday morning. But many trying to get home for Christmas found themselves stuck.
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If they were lucky, they may have found help from a stranger.>> I'm doing this just because it's Christmas Eve and these people wanna get home, I'm trying to do all I can.
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