SALEM, N.H. (CBS) – Police constantly warn drivers to take it slow if you have to drive in these stormy conditions to avoid spinouts.

A car on Interstate 93 took it a frightening step further Tuesday.

It started to slide off the road southbound near exit 2, according to the Eagle Tribune, when it crashed and somehow ended up on its nose, the front end buried in the snow.

There were no reports of any serious injuries.

Watch The Eagle Tribune video from the scene

Comments (12)
  1. Staci Alice Jones Carey says:

    Holy Cow!

  2. Dianne says:

    Too bad but obviously that driver was going way too fast and should be sighted for reckless driving. It is the people who think they can go the normal speed who create the problems.

    1. Karen says:

      Dianne, how do you know that car wasn’t hit by another car, or that a reckless driver swerved in front, causing this accident. The truth is, the article does not give enough facts to warrant your judgement.

      Your statement is reckless.

  3. LauraC says:

    That’s exactly the kind of thing that I’m scared to death will happen to me!

  4. DF says:

    That car looks like it was hit while being parked. So much for the “too fast” theories.

  5. Joe says:

    Diane, I am with Karen on this one. How do you know how this situation came to. Not enough detail. By the way, its “CITED”, not SIGHTED. But on the other hand, you may be “WRITE”

  6. Mike says:

    I hope everyone was OK.

  7. Randy says:

    “Eye” was thinking the same thing about Diane. It’s not “write” to jump to conclusions without knowing all the details..

  8. tyler merchant says:

    that car is meesed up

  9. tyler says:

    and maybe he was trying to drift but then he got hit

  10. C2100 says:

    Thats amazing, couldn’t do it again if you tried

  11. jake says:

    wow this is very scary i hop ethe driver is ok do u think the driver was speeding?

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