Monday, October 26, 2020

Kansas City Can't Drive In Cold Weather As COVID-19 Cuts Back Road Crews

Today we get a sneak peek at Winter and it's not pretty. Let's start with this un-fun fact:

KCTV5: As snow falls, Kansas City road crews have been cut down because of pandemic

Accordingly, here's the resulting hot mess on local roads this morning:

High rate of crashes reported as snow affects roadways around KC metro

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - The Missouri State Highway Patrol is reporting a high rate of crashes as a storm system brings in the first measurable snowfall of the season for eastern Kansas and western Missouri. Troop A, which covers several counties around the Kansas City metro, reported 15 crashes within 45 minutes at 7:50 a.m.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Crews have been cut down because of pandemic.


What bullshit, get drivers in the trucks to working. This is all an attempt to cover up all the freebies to developers and extra cost of police dealing with protesters that should have been busted and jailed to begin with not allowed to runs the streets with that idiot fool Mayor.

Anonymous said...


Kansas City road crews have been cut back? But didn't we just read that Quinton Lucas was on top of the weather and the roads? So which is it?

Anonymous said...

Don't worry. A candidate wants to ban oil. No diesel means no plows, no Amazon deliveries, no semis, no construction machines. Oh, and electric sucks below freezing.

Anonymous said...

But Qball was on Face The Nation saying all is well in KC. Also said prepped for snow. He's a great guy!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

BUT Q SAID THEY WERE READY

Anonymous said...

Kansas City drivers can't drive well in good weather, how do you expect them to drive with a 1/4 inch of moisture on the road?

Anonymous said...

Qball drops another ball. Way to go, KC!