In this story, you’ll see a woman dressed in a cone costume using her hands to create a vortex on a freeway in Georgia.
It’s the first time anyone has been able to replicate the cone-shaped stunt in real life.
It’s also the first of its kind, said Dr. Robert Pugh, director of the Georgia Department of Emergency Management.
He said it was very cool and unique because of how people in Georgia are used to traffic cones, and there’s a lot of misconceptions about what that’s actually for.
The woman, a nurse who is on maternity leave, said the cone stunt was just part of a routine that she does every day.
She said she usually wears it on her first day of work, but it was something special for the first day that it was a cone on the road, which is something I do every day.
“I don’t think there is anything else like it, Dr. Pugh said.
He said he was surprised by the speed at which the cones were moving.
The cone stunt happened on Interstate 285 in the Atlanta suburb of DeKalb County on Tuesday.
The stunt was part of an ongoing project called “Spoonies on the Beltway,” a program aimed at educating the public about the hazards of air pollution.”
This is just one example of how you can make a change and make a difference,” said Catherine Brown, who was driving on I-285 in DeKalbs when the incident happened.
Brown said the woman was able to pull up to a cone that was standing on the highway for a short while before the driver of a white sedan slowed down and slowed down again.
The driver of the sedan then slowed down, and the woman got a better angle to pull the cone out.
She was able pull it out, Brown said.
Brown, who is also a nurse, said it’s a good thing to have the cones around because they help keep traffic flowing.”
They don’t need to be standing around for anyone to get hurt,” Brown said, adding that she was thankful the driver didn’t call police.
She added that she hopes other people see the stunt and want to follow her lead.
The highway was shut down while police investigated.