Another California Tragedy.

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A massive 100 + car / truck pile-up on Highway 99, a route I take often. And just like the recent fires in So Cal, this is the result of a natural climatological seasonal event. The nasty Tule Fog, which happens every winter in the San Joaquin Valley, often reduces driving visability to just a few feet in front of you as you drive down the freeway, and because some people drive like idiots (how many of you haven’t had someone speed past you while driving on a foggy night), this type of pile-up happens about once a year. Still, I wonder how long it will take before someone blames this on global warming. Then again, I doubt anyone will notice, since it happened in Fresno.

PS. This accident is already been added to the Wiki page linked above. Man, someone is on the ball.