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30-mile backups as snow cuts off passes into L.A.
Monday, January 3rd 2011, 6:51 PM GMT
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Two key highway mountain passes into the Los Angeles area were cut off by blinding snow, causing backups as long as 30 miles.

Motorists found themselves stuck after Interstate 5 was closed for a second day over the 4,160-foot-high Tejon Pass, about 70 miles north of Los Angeles.

The California Highway Patrol closed the 30-mile stretch of I-5 shortly after 12:30 p.m. Sunday because of blowing snow.

Melting snow made the road icy, and the Highway Patrol said Monday morning that the freeway probably will remain closed for hours as snow plows struggle to clear the mountain route.

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