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Featured Video: Stuck in the Snow? Call in the Horses!

Four Amish horses pull a milk truck out of the snow in Central Pennsylvania.

By Cari Jorgensen | February 2, 2016

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If you live somewhere with snowy winters, you’ve likely gotten your vehicle stuck in the snow – or you know someone who has. At the very least, you’ve seen a stranger stuck in the snow. While there are various ways to get unstuck, one of the best we’ve heard of comes out of Central Pennsylvania.

When a milk truck got stuck in the snow in what appears to have been while trying to make a turn, a team of four Amish horses were called in to get it out. They succeeded, and of course it was caught on video. And even though this happened back in 2011, it’s making the rounds again. Check it out above if you haven’t seen it already (or watch it again) and let us know what you think in the comments.


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Bonnie    Warwick, NY

1/13/2018 3:51:58 AM

WOW that team had their work cut out for them! That's a lot of weight to pull, they did it!

Marion    Sussex, NJ

8/15/2016 6:04:27 AM

Okay, I've been on this one before, but with the excessive heat wave and high humidity, with indexes of over 110 degrees, I needed to see some snow and cold weather! Much cooler now! LOL!

Sherry    Aiken, SC

6/13/2016 5:35:36 AM

Nothing like good ole'horse power!

Marion    Sussex, NJ

3/29/2016 5:56:59 AM

Nothing like 8000 lbs of horse flesh to get the job done!

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