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LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Emergency shelters were being opened near two Exits along I-75 in south central Kentucky for stranded motorists, according to State Police. Southbound traffic was being diverted to Exit 76 in Berea, while northbound traffic was being diverted to Exit 41 in London.

A section of I-75 in Rockcastle County was closed twice during the afternoon and evening due to numerous accidents and slide-offs, according to KSP. It turned I-75 in both directions in Rockcastle and Laurel counties into a parking lot.

Some motorists said they had been stuck on I-75 for ten hours.

The American Red Cross was providing food to stranded drivers.

London Police say all the hotel rooms in the city are full.

State Police say hotel rooms in Berea were filling-up fast.

Authorities say West London Baptist Church at 28 Royal Drive, off of Parker Road in London, was going to be used as a shelter in Laurel County.

London Police were providing on-site security and assistance.

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  • passingthrubutstuckonI75

    What is going on to improve the situation? Is progress being made? Is there a light at the end of this tunnel?

  • latin77

    We are still waiting to move … We have been sitting on i75 south for 10 hours without food or drink and trying to get to exit 62. There is a van full of kids right in front of us and im so concered they might freeze to death i called 911 and he told me we were going to be able to move but that was over an hour ago! Please someone help us all.

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