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Seventy-year-old John Archuleta was driving his 1999 Chrysler Cirrus through blowing snow in Colorado City, just west of Pueblo, when he hit the brakes and rear-ended a big orange snow plow. But the Colorado Department of Transportation truck just kept plowing, with Archuleta’s car hitched to the back, according toÂ 7News.
The plow didn’t stop until witnesses flagged its driver, urging him to stop. Upon further inspection, the car had become entangled with the plow’s sanding unit. Nobody was injured, and Archuleta was cited for careless driving during the icy conditions on Monday.
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