Boston woman's car finally free from 100 inches of snow
That's exactly what happened to Jillian Tenen, whose 2007 Honda Civic was buried in the snow in Boston for seven weeks after historic winter storms.
Tenen's car was initially stuck after a snowfall in late January, but she didn't dig it out because she had the flu. "I'm 5' 2," and it was all ice, an iceberg on top of my car," she told the Boston Globe. "I couldn't reach it. I couldn't lift it. And even if I could, there was nowhere to put it. I just didn't know what to do," she said.
Tenen reached out for help to the city, her insurance company and a tow truck company, but they refused to help her.
Finally when the weather warmed up, Tenen used an ice chopper to get into her car. The windshield was damaged, however, the car started on its own.
"If I had to do it again, I would definitely do one thing differently... I would not park on the corner," Tenen said.
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