Commenters were shocked to learn that the woman didn't get frostbite.
"We don't know if the driver knew he struck this child or not," a police information officer told Newsweek, now they're asking for help identifying the truck.
"It's bad enough companies don't give hazard pay for bad conditions, but to prevent people from tipping that themselves? That's atrocious," one commenter wrote.
In February 2021, more than 240 Texans died after the state suffered its worst infrastructure failure in history.
According to reports, a fourth person, described as an elderly woman, died inside her vehicle sometime on Saturday, she was discovered by a snow plow driver.
Rescue teams in Athens and Istanbul worked overnight on Monday to rescue people and clear roads.
"Ask your boss to get you if it's that urgent. Recently learned totaling my car on black ice was not worth the 60$ I made a day," a TikTok commenter wrote.
Most of the transportation issues stemmed from a snowstorm last week that caused a 90-hour closure of the state's Snoqualmie Pass.
The turn of events has been compared to a Hallmark movie plot by viewers after the couple found themselves in the village's worst snowstorm in 25 years.
The area where the pair died in an avalanche last week has seen 15 inches of snow since then, as more avalanche warnings are issued across the state.
Kentucky's first major winter storm of 2022 has caused hundreds of traffic accidents across the state and closed major highways.
"Crews have made substantial progress since Tuesday morning directing travelers," said the Virginia DOT.
Many people who were stuck in their cars for hours took to social media to criticize Governor Ralph Northam's decision not to deploy the National Guard.
Kaine was reportedly stuck on Virginia highways since Monday afternoon, when he started what is typically a two-hour commute to Washington, D.C.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a "Snow Emergency," leading a number of public agencies to shutter their doors.
Authorities in Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. urged against any travel as snow blankets the region and makes driving more dangerous.
The man was unconscious and hypothermic when the trooper found him early Wednesday morning.
Snowplow drivers across the country are leaving the job for higher-paying, less dangerous positions with private companies, creating a shortage in many states.
The store's manager said that the stranded group of people were able to "pick the exact bed they always have wanted to try."
The former New Jersey governor told Fox News Radio about how Cruz made fun of him for being caught at the beach in 2017 during a lockdown.
Cruz and his family headed to Cancun this week as millions of Texans have been facing freezing temperatures and power outages.
One snowman in Times Square was given a face mask, while some people dined outdoors because of coronavirus restrictions.
The storm system is expected to stretch 1000 miles from northern Georgia all the way up to New England, and could result in freezing rain, strong winds and hazardous travel conditions particularly along the I-95 corridor.
"I really don't see a way out of this for many cities across the Northeast. The No. 1 ingredient: the injection of cold air," said AccuWeather forecaster Bernie Rayno.
A winter storm with snow, severe thunderstorms and strong winds is moving into the central and southern parts of the country before it hits the Northeast later this week.
As the powerful winter storm leaves the Northeast, a new storm building off the West coast is expected to bring heavy rain and mountain snow in California and New Mexico.
More than 200 schools across New Jersey, Connecticut, Albany and other parts of the New England area are closed following severe disruption from the winter storm that hit the Northeast this weekend.
A winter storm warning is in effect across Central and Western New York with a cold front bringing record cold temperatures and snowfall of more than 12 inches in some parts of the region.
The storm has resulted in "heavy, wet snow with accumulation amounts up to three feet in some locations," according to Governor Steve Bullock.
A winter storm unlike any since 1934 could bring more than 50 inches of snow to western Montana and northern Idaho, according to the National Weather Service.