Drivers stranded on an 80-mile stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike since Friday night are finally getting to their destinations.The Wolf Administration announced that there were no major injuries or deaths in the pile-up that lasted over 30 hours and required 2-3 feet of snow to be plowed off Interstate 76 near Somerset. At least 250 first responders were on scene, including 87 members of the Pa. National Guard. Crews traveled on ATVs to check vehicles for fuel. A warming shelter was set up at the Bedford exit with food and EMS on scene. Meals were offered to those who stayed with their vehicles.State police worked alongside the Turnpike commission and PEMA to direct vehicles and persons safely off the roadways. Logistics are being worked on to get owners reunited with their cars.