The American Red Cross lends a hand to people who are stranded by the snow.

Dozens of passengers found themselves stuck at the Greyhound Bus Station downtown Tuesday night due to the snow storm. Service to Chicago, Saint Louis and other cities was severely limited, and in some cases even cancelled.

The Red Cross brought cots and blankets to the station so passengers could be a little more comfortable while they waited out the night.

One traveler's trip from Memphis, Tennessee to Columbus, Ohio should've taken less than ten hours. Late last night, he told Fox59 News, he was at thirty-plus hours and counting.

"I just came from Memphis. We spend the night in Louisville and then we're here. And I don't know when the bus going to leave, " said Abdellah Saleh.

Saleh said he was passing the time by reading the newspaper, eating burgers and smoking.