They say patience is a virtue.
About 100 cars jammed on a muddy dirt road Colorado on Sunday when Google Maps diverted traffic around an accident near the Denver International Airport, where many of the drivers were led
Recent Rain had transformed the unpaved section of E. 64th Ave to a sloppy mess, and several cars got stuck and hit traffic, reported Fox 31 News.
A driver of a full-wheel drive model Connie Monsees, who was able to come free said the route was suggested as an alternative that should have reduced travel time from 43 minutes to 23 minutes. She gave two other people a lift to the airport.
"We take many factors into account when determining the routes, including the size of the road and the route's route," Google said in a statement about the incident. "While we always work to provide the best directions, problems may arise due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather. We encourage all drivers to follow local laws, pay attention and use their best judgment while driving."
According to Denver 7, it is privately owned and maintained, but local authorities are not ready for public traffic.
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