Snowstorm leaves thousands of vehicles stranded in Japan

Snowstorm leaves thousands of vehicles stranded in Japan 1


More than a thousand vehicles were left stranded overnight on a highway in Japan after the country was hit by a massive snowstorm.

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20 Comments on "Snowstorm leaves thousands of vehicles stranded in Japan"

  1. Aw hope they okay😔

  2. It Starts!

  3. oooooooooooo

  4. Perfect! Now’s the time to build Snow Miku 2021!!!!!

  5. TUMBLWEEDZ HBSD | December 18, 2020 at 2:59 PM | Reply

    That’s alot of snow

  6. Ya, I know that feeling

  7. Lol they driving tiny front wheel drive toyotas. 1foot of snow = entire city shut down.

  8. This is why you have to always keep a shovel in your car during the winter.

  9. flymetothemoon1950 | December 18, 2020 at 3:01 PM | Reply

    Hoping that everyone is back home safe.

  10. That’s a lot of snow. Who played with their weather, I wonder.

  11. Greta Thunberg is in one of those cars screaming: HOW DARE YOU!!


  13. Where are all the ELECTRIC snow plows????

  14. 25 años de vida ,y recién ahora me enteró que cae nieve en Japón 😅😅😅

  15. I lived in my car for 2 winters and arctic winds. It was cold. They will be fine.

  16. Earth is cooling from now it’s The Grand Solar Minimum.

  17. Shadow banning clowns

  18. Meh this is a normal winter in Winnipeg 😂

  19. unknown user006 | December 18, 2020 at 9:12 PM | Reply

    They don’t have plows? and why do the roads going under look clear?

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