10 hours of standstill traffic Sunday after a four car crash killed 62-year-old Judith Boden.
Earlier that morning a 5-year-old boy died when a van tried to pass another car.
Monday traffic is back to normal.
But some travelers didn't want to risk the slick roads so they pulled over and stayed the night.
"We just had to find the first exit to get off," says May Askew, traveling to Indianapolis. "We had to get some rest because we didn't want to go too far more in that dark."
Alvey's Towing and Recovery company was on the scene of Sunday's crash.
They say this isn't the first deadly accident to happen on this stretch of the interstate.
"I'll tell you what the last 3 or 4 years it's really picked up tremendous. I don't know if it's the construction zone. I mean just a lot of people on the road. Just a lot of things that is involved in it," says Ricky Alvey.
Construction is underway to widen the interstate from the Cumberland Parkway through Hart county.
This is where Alvey says the bulk of the accidents happen, and when it rains he says they're almost guaranteed to be called out.
"Anytime it rains, you're just going to have wrecks and everybody is in a hurry to go and come," says Alvey.
Drivers say amount of semi-trucks on the road concerns them.
"I try not to get behind them because they might fall asleep weave over and run into you!," says Askew.
Another driver says he gets stuck behind them, "there will be two or three in a row and it'll get shaky a little bit."
Ronnie Glass, another employee at Alvey's says even though there will be a wider road he thinks there will still be wrecks, "I've seen a lot of wrecks, they come up on me from time to time and it's part of the two lane road. Hopefully the three lanes will be better, but you're still going to have a lot of people doing their main stuff I see it everyday just about."
The stretch of road between the Cumberland Parkway and Park City is said to be finished this fall.
From Park City to Horse Cave is said to be done by next fall.
More widening is to be started past Horse Cave.