Sage Baker, 17, was on Beaver Street when she saw the SUV "running away from two cops," she said. "If another car would've been coming, they would've been done."
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Numerous Facebook posts appeared on news feeds, warning people not to get on the highway or even the main roads because of unexpected, immense amounts of bumper-to-bumper traffic.
Around 10-pm on Oct. 8, the News Times tweeted via Twitter: "Traffic backed up to I-84 Exit 9 heading westbound in wake of tonight's shooting near Exit 5. No problem with eastbound I-84 traffic."
Five hours after the shooting occurred, around 11:05pm, Exits 4-5 and one westbound lane were still closed off and the amount of traffic was still a "nightmare."
@NewsTimes. Web log post. Twitter.com. 8 Oct. 2010. Web. 8 Oct. 2010.
Singh, Viniti. "Police confirm deadly shooting on I-84." News Times 9 Oct. 2010. Hearst Comminications, Inc. Web. 9 Oct. 2010.