It is said that patience is a virtue.
About 100 cars got stuck on a muddy gravel road in Colorado on Sunday when Google Maps drove traffic around the accident site near Denver International Airport, where many drivers were traveling
Recent rainfall had the unpaved section The E. 64th Ave turned into a sloppy mess, and several cars got stuck, Fox News reported.
An all-wheel-drive model Connie Monsees, who was able to extricate himself, said the route had been proposed as an alternative to shorten the journey from 43 minutes to 23 minutes. She took two more people to the airport.
"In determining the routes we take into account many factors, including the size of the road and the directness of the route," Google said in a statement on the incident. "While we are always working to give the best instructions, problems can occur due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather. We encourage all drivers to follow local laws, stay alert and use their best judgment when driving. "
According to Denver 7, it is privately owned and maintained, but local authorities are not sure if it should be kept closed to public transport.
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