Pam Murphy of Hooper got stuck Thursday night on her way to work at the Ogden Clinic. She stopped for a red light at Adams Avenue and Washington Boulevard in South Ogden.
When the light turned green she said she started going through the intersection, got 20 feet and her Toyota Corolla just spun its tires.
"I sat there for 10 minutes," Murphy said. "I couldn't go backwards or forward."
Then a car with four teenage boys, pulled over. The boys jumped out and "pushed me and not just a few feet, but up pass the light until my car could go," Murphy said.
Murphy said she was too afraid to stop and get their names, because she didn't want to get stuck again. But did notice one of them was wearing a Bonneville High School Lakers swim team T-shirt under his coat.
"I was very humbled they would go out of their way to help me," Murphy said.
That was just one of the incidents reported to the Standard-Examiner during Thursday's and Friday's tough winter storm.
Treacherous driving conditions were still in place in most of the Top of Utah Friday morning, causing Davis School District, Davis County government and Weber State University to declare a snow day.
Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Todd Johnson said 27 accidents and slide-offs were reported in Davis County since midnight on Friday.
Clearfield dispatchers said the city had its share of slide-offs and accidents Friday morning.
Weber County dispatchers said they had almost 40 slide-offs and accidents throughout the county Friday morning since 6 a.m.
Weber School District students already had the day off from school, due to teacher prep day. Ogden, Box Elder and Morgan schools were open and running Friday.
Linda Cheng, forecaster with the National Weather Service, said the storm will continue to dump snow in areas on Friday and into Saturday. Temperatures will not get above 20 and the overnight lows will be near zero for the weekend.
Cheng said not all areas had called in snow totals as of Friday morning.
Areas that had called in Friday totals include: West Haven received seven inches; east Layton had 18 inches; Clearfield had 11.2 inches; Bountiful had 13 inches.
Areas that called in Thursday totals include: northeast Ogden bench with five inches; and South Ogden with seven inches.
Davis County Sheriff's Deputy Scott Harper said semitrailers had "a rough go of it," on the overpass where Highway 89 and Interstate 15 meets in Farmington.
"They couldn't get going on that steep hill," Harper said.
Utah Department of Transportation had plows and sanders out most of the night and did "a phenomenal job trying to keep up with the storm," Harper said.