A nursing home administrator in Texas came up with a fun idea to keep residents entertained when it snowed: He took them out snow tubing! Including this 94-year-old woman who had never done it before.
This video went viral over the weekend of a couple of skiers who got stuck on the ski-lift, only to stop right above the exact spot a pipe burst - and got mercilessly sprayed with water.
His buddy took a video of him talking to ski patrol about how long it would take to get them down, and that he was about to have a little emergency on his hands.
Andrew Mitchell, a plumber in NJ, drove the 22 hours to Texas with his family to help people after their pipes burst from the cold.
A couple in Texas ordered groceries during the first of their snowstorm, and their delivery driver got her car stuck after she slid down their driveway. So they just invited her in and let her stay for 5 days until she could get out.
A man in St. Louis was caught on video using a blowtorch to clear a path in the snow, and people think it's hilarious.
Ryan Sivley in Austin, TX has been driving around in his truck, looking for cars stuck in the snow, and helping people get them out. In just two days this week, he's helped over 140 people.
The owner of a store in Houston called Gallery Furniture is letting people stay overnight to get out of the cold. He goes by the name "Mattress Mack," and he's known for doing kind things like this. He also used his stores as shelters after Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
The video shows the driver trying to get the bus over an icy railroad crossing, then directing 3 passengers to get out to safety. The driver tries to flag down the train, before getting out of the way when the train hit the bus at 4 miles per hour.
During today’s Segment 17, we talked about a variety of topics that we didn’t get to on the regular radio show. They included: Winter in Canada is rough A great gender reveal fail Some talk about Coronavirus vaccines Facts of the day and (maybe) more! ...