“Ice tsunamis” destroyed some homes in Canada and Minnesota recently, and YouTube footage of the moving ice is going viral. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources told CNN that what happens is that winds blow chunks of ice onto the shore, and smaller chunks keep getting pushed forward. In other words, it’s unreal, and you have to see it to believe it. In some cases, whole cabins and boathouses were destroyed by the ice, and other homes had ice burst in through glass doors.
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