Huge chunks of ice onto were blown onto a roadway in Ontario, Canada, on Sunday. It happened close to the border with New York.
According to the video below, we can see the massive chunks of ice blown over the retaining wall along the Niagara River Parkway in Fort Erie.
Officials said that the ice tsunami formed from strong winds blowing ice over the wall from the lake.
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