Hwy 21 Between Dysart and Waterloo

This is a major highway and we were hitting drifts in one lane of traffic!

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so stewpad says ... on Friday, Dec 19 at 9:53 PM

had you lost control would still kept the video rolling because obviously getting a video was more important than driving safety - people like you are what kills. was your passenger clinging to the dash in fear so they were unable to film for you??

Not so Stupid. says ... on Thursday, Apr 24 at 11:40 PM

Is it me or do people need hooked on phonics to sound out this contributors online name? Please Keep it clean.

PapaBear says ... on Wednesday, Feb 20 at 8:23 PM

That is amazing video! Why were you video taping while driving in such bad weather? Seems extremely dangerous! I guess anything for a news story.

StewartPadasso says ... on Wednesday, Feb 20 at 6:31 PM

My top speed was 30 mph! I think my phone speeds up the video and makes it appear that it is much faster than it was. But I was not going as fast as it seems on the video. I AGREE THAT PEOPLE SHOULD SLOW DOWN!

LOL John R says ... on Wednesday, Feb 20 at 4:55 PM

Well, if they went even faster, then the video clip would definitely be newsworthy once we see the blurring from the car spinning out of control. :D

John R. says ... on Wednesday, Feb 20 at 9:05 AM

yeah at least there are no cars coming if its so bad why you goin so fast i know thats faster than 40 miles an hour great stopping distance to be going that fast and we wonder why people go in ditchs

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