Matthew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.
- June blizzard atop Pikes Peak becomes terrifying 4-hours for Colorado ranger: ‘A day I’ll never forget’
- A blizzard Monday at the summit of America’s Mountain will be a day one Colorado ranger says he will never forget.
- “One of the most stressful days I’ve had at work in a long time,” said ranger Stephen “Pete” Peterson, who captured footage of whiteout conditions in June on Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs. “A day I’ll never forget!”
- Peterson arrived at the 14,000-foot summit at noon and then, “BAM!” he detailed in a post on social media.
- “A major storm erupts, and we’re in blizzard conditions within minutes,” he said as the storm forced evacuations due to the heavy snow and winds topping 50 mph. “We had 20-30 cars up on and near summit who were all leaving just as the blizzard arrived.”
- Peterson said the conditions worsened to the point where all the drivers had to stop because the roads were icing up with no visibility.
- According to Peterson, they got a break in storm about 45 minutes after he and three other rangers gathered in prayer in the midst of the storm.
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