FORT COLLINS — They went. They saw the Great American Eclipse. And then they all jumped back in their cars and tried to get home.
Before the sun had made its full return, viewers had already started on their way back south, loading up their children, dogs and solar eclipse glasses in hopes of beating the return traffic from Wyoming and Nebraska.
The Colorado Department of Transportation expected 34,000 people to leave Wyoming for Colorado at the exact same time.
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