A 16-mile backup greets Southern California motorists returning from Las Vegas

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Heavy traffic along I-15 South as people return from a Las Vegas holiday weekend. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times)
Motorists returning to Southern California after a Thanksgiving weekend in Las Vegas were unlucky on Sunday as traffic backed up for 16 miles on the main highway crossing the Nevada border.
"Heavy traffic heading into California," the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada tweeted at 11:30 a.m. "Be prepared for long delays."
The bottleneck on Interstate 15 began south of Primm on the Nevada side and added about an hour to the drive from Las Vegas to Ontario, California, said Carmen Perkins, a transit engineer with the commission.
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"That's actually typical of Thanksgiving weekend traffic," Perkins said, adding that a similar crawl hit the southern stretch of the Interstate on Saturday.
The Commission's website had urged motorists to avoid the route on both days.
This story originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

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