Cops' humorous nor'easter traffic report goes viral

A Facebook post is going viral for its humorous take on the nor'easter that slammed the East Coast this week.

Police in Bridgeville, Pa., took to social media on Wednesday to poke a little fun as it updated the community on the latest weather conditions regarding the storm. Bridgeville is about 13 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

The police posted an image of a map on Facebook scribbled all over in the red, with the words “Everyone Crashed.”

“Today’s traffic report: STAY HOME!!” reads the caption.

The post, which has been shared more than 13,000 times, received mostly positive reactions.

“Somebody at the ole police station has a sense of humor,” one user wrote.

The fourth nor’easter in the last three weeks dumped more than a foot of snow in some places, including parts of Pennsylvania, and left travelers stranded as airlines canceled more than 4,000 flights Wednesday.

The storm was making its way to New England on Thursday, while millions of others begin to clean up the wintry mess left behind.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.