Snowed In

The snow in Eastern Carolina means some people have to stay put until roads conditions improve.

Christina Nason spent Christmas with her mom in Washington in Beaufort County and says the roads are just too icy to head back home to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Nason says she hopes to drive home Tuesday if it is safe. She says she wouldn't have been out at all Monday if she could have helped it. "I'm not used to it at all. It scares me a little bit. We're out today because we have to be because we need food."

Other drivers told us they were just taking it slow as they made their way around Washington.


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  • by Native Location: Grantsboro on Dec 28, 2010 at 09:35 AM
    Isn't it funny how the news anchors stress to viewers to "please stay off the roads", yet the news anchors had to get to work somehow themselves. And they always send reporters out to see what is happening. I recken they have a Beam Me Up machine.
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