Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM – icy fall

Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM - icy fall. Trying to get down to a platform for a better view of the fire damage, I step down onto these steps without examining them closely. As soon as my foot hits the top step, it slips out from under me. As if in a cartoon, I slide all the way down to the bottom. These steps are coated with about 1/4 inch of solid, clear, smooth ice from the firefighting the night before and then the strong north wind all night and all morning.

Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM – icy fall. Trying to get down to a platform for a better view of the fire damage, I step down onto these steps without examining them closely. As soon as my foot hits the top step, it slips out from under me. As if in a cartoon, I slide all the way down to the bottom. These steps are coated with about 1/4 inch of solid, clear, smooth ice from the firefighting the night before and then the strong north wind all night and all morning.

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