I saw this in Toronto, Canada and thought it was a clever ad for CP24, a news channel.
Wow! That is some breaking news!!
Got my attention 🙂
ha ha ha ha
It certainly is a very eye catching ad! For a moment there I thought it was genuinely real.
Oh I did too!
I have family in Toronto. One dat I’ll get there…
I hope you do. I went during the summer. Not sure what it’s like in the winter. My guess: cold and snowy.
It had me going for a while too. Definitely photo worthy.
When I first saw it I thought it was real and I couldn’t figure out why no one else was looking at it.
Hey, how come I’ve never seen that?!? LOL!
You have to look up. I was there a few years ago, not sure if it’s still there. did I mention that I love Toronto? Fantastic town.
That’s my hometown – I love it too :).
Great photo. Well, after seeing it, I think that I must slow down my high speed of my car on German highways.
Yes, be careful. Don’t become breaking news.
I live right by that ad! Toronto has some really quirky sights 🙂
I loved that aspect of Toronto.
That is cool!
LOL – they created their own breaking news! Very clever and great shot.
i saw the same kind of thing once travelling after a blizzard. a car must have taken flight, driving too fast, and ended up about 8 feet in the air, half in to a giant pile of snow that had been plowed from the road. i wondered it they had left it there, hoping people would get the message.
Some people just don’t understand that they need to slow down, especially in bad conditions. I knew someone who insisted that since he had an SUV he could drive like normal in the snow. Then he wrecked his vehicle and learned a lesson. Fortunately no one was hurt and the damage was minor. That isn’t always the case.
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