Actually, pictures and video are worth a thousand words.

The above photo was captured from a traffic camera on Interstate 80 at Donner Lake.  Do you see any vehicles in this photo?  No?  Neither do we.  Click on the video below to see why.
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Yep, that is us getting turned around because the road is closed

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