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11 Triumph of the Russian Wit Or How to Pull A Car From the Frozen Water

Triumph of the Russian Wit Or How to Pull A Car From the Frozen Water

Posted on November 24, 2013 by team


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Baikal, April 2013. Russian men are trying to pull out the car that stuck 3-3,5 meters deep in the ice. By the way, the car is functioning to the present day.

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11 Responses to “Triumph of the Russian Wit Or How to Pull A Car From the Frozen Water”

  1. Osip says:

    Genius, but it appears they perhaps had some prior experience.

  2. Faith Gorodki says:

    Intelligence gets the car out of the water but wisdom would prevent it from falling in the first place…

  3. dana says:

    good job….but what they were doing on ice …i thought that the cars are for roads not for sailing the frozen water…:)))))

    • Sergey says:

      On Lake Baikal in winter always ride in cars. Fishermen, tourists and locals. And on Olkhon Island on the ice go, there is an official ice road, but many go anywhere. Every year someone falls. Sometimes fall into a deep places and cars remain at the bottom of the lake.

    • Den says:

      Ever heard about winter fishing? Or you able only to hunt hamburgers and cola?

  4. andrius says:

    i want to know this song ful name , they are very smart :)

  5. alex says:

    Well, having in mind that temperature there drops way below 0C ice becomes a very rigid surface (not in this case) so they use it instead of roads.
    Reminded me of a seasonal road in Estonia http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/from_our_own_correspondent/9450807.stm – no seatbelts allowed :)

  6. dolores says:

    Who hooked the chains to the car? SuperMarineHero?

  7. Coyote says:

    Does anyone know name of the song and name of the band that plays it? Loved the video by the way, i liked the fact that there where any machines used to get that car out of the lake, impressive!

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