We’ve all been there. You walk outside and are greeted by a bright and sunny day. The birds are singing, the roads are bustling with life, and you decide to ignore the warning sign from the news of rain, leaving your only umbrella at home. Then, through some terrible twist of fate, a five-car pile-up happens just five miles ahead of you, trapping you in 40 minutes of traffic, while storm clouds begin to roll in. Bad days can happen on a whim for anyone. For the following people, it rained in like an atom bomb.
Car vs. Snowplow
Toronto, Canada is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. But during the winter, it transforms into a Day After Tomorrow survival style scenario. From temperatures that reach below negative 13 degrees to snow reaching heights of up to 5 feet, one can only imagine the perils of living in a winter wonderland. For one Toronto resident, his peril came in the form of a snowplow. Not sure if the car was completely shrouded in snow or if the job was done the night before but whatever the case, we are sure they won’t park here again.