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Topic - Heather Kelly
Dozens of drivers stopped to grab fistfuls of money after thousands of dollars spilled from an armored truck along a Maryland highway Friday and created what one motorist called one big "snow globe of cash."
Attorney Heather Kelly said she was driving on Interstate 270 to her office in Frederick when she passed through the surreal scene about 35 miles northwest of Washington.
She said stopping seemed too risky, but some drivers did.