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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work as a manager at a grocery store. There is a blizzard in my state/area today. I have to drive 30 miles to work. I called my boss and told him because of the blizzard (there are warnings from the transportation people to not go out unless it is an emergency) I couldn't come in. He said I had to. I started out and got stuck on the freeway. They closed the freeway and had to turn us around and sent us back the way we came. I called my boss and he said, "can't you find a way to get here?". I told him no, the troopers were turning us around and telling us to go home. The road was closed as were many others in that area. My boss still asked if there was a way I could get there? I can't believe his attitude. Can they make me come to work in such weather?  


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