A massive 41-car pileup shut down a Kentucky highway for hours on Monday and injured at least six people, according to Cincinnati.com.
The accident happened on the I-75 southbound in southern Kenton County during a snowstorm that created icy conditions and poor visibility.
According to The Huffington Post, witnesses say one car flipped causing a chain-reaction that led to the multi-vehicle wreckage.
More than half of the vehicles were towed before the interstate was reopened after nearly three hours, reports the AP.
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