Newfoundland is searching for cars buried in snow and the photos are ridiculous
As Newfoundland enters its sixth day of being in a state of emergency, recovery efforts are well underway after the brutal snowstorm that hit the province. The Canadian military is offering assistance to vulnerable residents and Domino's is delivering pizza to emergency responders.
But the most hilarious thing so far?
Newfoundlanders trying to find their cars.
Newfoundland is CRAZYYYYY man— Michael B (@Lilmikyb) January 19, 2020
90CM OF SNOW??! pic.twitter.com/3Sof56Gpsj
Newfoundlanders might already be turning their doors into beer fridges and chasing moose through the streets of St. John's, but this latest wave of Twitter activity is almost too funny to handle.
One woman had to go on an excavation mission for her car.
Find the car! And Adam found a boulder shaped like Newfoundland. pic.twitter.com/hth1H7WuOF— Dwan Street (@dwancherry) January 21, 2020
And one man was pretty sure that his car was stolen.
Hey Honey, check out the window, did it snow a lot last night??— Jesse Lumsden (@JesseLumsden28) January 20, 2020
Well Dear, either the house sunk and someone stole the car or we got some snow last night... https://t.co/D6DzaJ4vbd
Even Canadian soldiers are having some difficulty.
This is what we call Canadian archeology 😂- 📹 @CAFinUS #Canada #nfld #newfoundlandblizzard #nlwx #nlstorm pic.twitter.com/DfsPCgiBzz— Freshdaily (@freshdaily) January 24, 2020
One Newfoundland woman found her car, but really regretted leaving her window wide open.
And another woman was just a little smug about her luck.
Well I gotta go to bed. Have to get up and layer up to go grocery shopping tomorrow morning in 20 degree weather. Meanwhile Newfoundland is laughing at me in their short sleeves. But hey, at least I can find my car @AdamBBCAN7— It's Still Me Diane BBFeedsFan🦄 (@LiveLaffLove420) January 22, 2020
And finally, a man in Ontario invented a fun new game that Newfoundlanders can try out.
I love it. A hide and seek game if you had a white car in Newfoundland 😃— Dave M (@DaveMunrosCat) January 21, 2020
With conditions improving, Newfoundland's snowmaggedon — and carmaggedon — should be over within the next few days.
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