‘In a hurry to get back to college’: Driver clocked going 114 mph during snowstorm

The Iowa State Patrol said a driver was clocked going 114 mph on Interstate 35 on Tuesday night during a snowstorm.According to the Iowa State Patrol Facebook page, Trooper Denny Schnathorst said the driver’s excuse was: “In a hurry to get back to college in Minnesota.”“First responders were busy helping many motorists stranded during this storm- speeding like this is NOT being responsible,” ISP officials said.A strong winter storm made its way across the Upper Midwest Tuesday, creating treacherous travel conditions, spurring warnings urging people to stay off the roads and more.Interstate 35 was covered in ice and snow Tuesday night and troopers report they responded to 91 crashes and helped 372 motorists in the storm between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Illinois.The Associated Press contributed to this report.

The Iowa State Patrol said a driver was clocked going 114 mph on Interstate 35 on Tuesday night during a snowstorm.

According to the Iowa State Patrol Facebook page, Trooper Denny Schnathorst said the driver’s excuse was: “In a hurry to get back to college in Minnesota.”

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“First responders were busy helping many motorists stranded during this storm- speeding like this is NOT being responsible,” ISP officials said.

A strong winter storm made its way across the Upper Midwest Tuesday, creating treacherous travel conditions, spurring warnings urging people to stay off the roads and more.

Interstate 35 was covered in ice and snow Tuesday night and troopers report they responded to 91 crashes and helped 372 motorists in the storm between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.

The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Illinois.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.