A huge pile-up in Canada. Is this unusual, given that people must surely be very experienced at driving in snowy conditions?
No deaths reported, which seems very lucky, but nearly 70 injured.
It’s my experience that it’s quite the opposite and they’re all shit at driving in the snow. No precaution seems to be made to slow down and the roads just become skid pans with lots of spin outs and crashes. Something of an over confidence like ‘we’re very experienced driving in snowy conditions’ The section of Highway 401 that passes Toronto, the busiest highway in North America, is a nightmare to travel along in the winter.
There’s also the program ‘Heavy Rescue 401’ That I’d recommend to you Oliver. Hard hitting documentary series about vehicle recovery on the 400 series of highways in Ontario, Canada. I know it would be right up your street
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