'Snow' Big Deal as Commuters Join Forces to Move Stuck Buses

StoryfulViral - Tuesday, 21 March 2017
The actor and director Malik Bouabid spent his Monday night helping buses get unstuck from a snow covered central Montreal bus station, after over 30 centimeters of snow fell on the city. In a video shared to Bouabid’s Facebook page on March 15, Bouabid and numerous other commuters struggle to help free two buses from the snow outside Côte-Vertu bus station in Montreal. Speaking to CBC News, Bouabid said it took 20 volunteers pushing for over 45 minutes to help move the second bus. “Your typical gym day in Montreal, Pushing a tone bus. Typical. POWER TO THE PEOPLE,” he wrote on Facebook. His video of the incident received 97,000 views and 1,431 shares at the time of writing. Credit: Malik Bouabid via Storyful

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