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Earlier today millions of Americans flocked to a strip of land about 70 miles wide, stretching from Portland, OR, to Columbia, SC, to view a once-a-decade total solar eclipse.
Now the totality is over, and everyone is trying to go home. And as these screenshots from Google maps demonstrate, it’s causing traffic jams on North-South interstates throughout the path of the totality:

Miss the totality? Google Maps will make you feel better.

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