Russia can be a scary place to drive. Between the tank crossings, meteors, bears, geysers, bus drivers, lightning strikes, semis and otherwise generally insane accidents, we get the sense that you'd be taking your life in your hands every time you climbed behind the wheel. With all the insanity on Russian roads, it was only a matter of time the road itself got in on the action, as you can see in this video.

Apparently a water main break caused the road to just sort of erupt, which we imagine would be a terrifying way to go. Take a look below for the short clip, and then remember this every time you wonder why the news takes water main breaks so seriously.

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