We are used to the annual mayhem on the streets when a snowfall lands in an area that’s not expecting it, and does not have adequate plans for making the streets safe. Usually it’s a north-south thing in which Minnesotans and Canadians laugh at drivers in places like Georgia with no salt or snowplows at the ready. This time it’s England, which doesn’t usually get a lot of snow. On December 11, ten inches fell in Gloucestershire on top of a layer of ice, and people had to get out in it regardless of whether a snowplow had been through or not. The slow-motion carnage is just crying out for a soundtrack, like maybe the Blue Danube Waltz. -via Fark
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