Snow continues to slam counties north of Indianapolis, reducing visibility for drivers and putting plows to the test.
In Lafayette, 32 trucks are out in full force. Drivers are working 12 hour shifts, changing at 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
"There's not a lot of visibility. You follow the car in front of you and hope you're staying on the road," she said as she shivered at the pump. "I guess after the mild weather we had earlier, it's about due."
At the pump beside Dershowitz, Jeffrey Morgan was cleaning his windshield covered in snow. He said traffic was going at about 30 mph on the interstate and said the drive was "horrible."
"We passed a semi that wrapped around a bridge pole," said Morgan. "It's coming down this way pretty bad."
Their experience was round two of Thursday's winter storm. A snow blast earlier in the day created a mess on the highway.
One car wound up on its side near Exit 141. The driver hit a slick spot, hit a guard rail, and then drove into the grass.
A few miles further north near the Frankfort exit, a car had to be pulled out of a ditch full of water. The driver, Yunhao Tan said he was on his way to Purdue University when the truck in front of him lost control. Yunhao said he slammed on the breaks and lost control too.
"I feel it's just like a movie, but it happened to me," he said from inside the car.
According to the National Weather Service, the snow in Lafayette is expected to taper off Friday morning, but the winter weather advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. Friday.