The snowstorm that walloped New York City caused a particularly frustrating traffic mess with cars slipping and sliding on the Upper East Side on Tuesday, January 21. This video shows a taxi sliding in a thin coat of snow on the Second Avenue in New York on January 21. Credit: Youtube/Charles Kavala
Video: Taxi sliding in a thin coat of snow on street of New York City
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