When things are going bad, it couldn’t possibly get any worse, right?
Try telling it to this guy.

BMW E90 3-Series gets buried in snow
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After having his BMW 3-Series E90 become the victim of an attempted burglary where the driver side window was smashed, the owner was on his way to have it fixed when a blizzard suddenly struck, leaving him stuck at home. So he called a tow truck to help him but due to the terrible conditions of the winter storm, the tow truck never came and his E90 was left outside to endure the wrath of Mother Nature.

Needless to say, the car ended up getting buried under a massive pile of snow and because his window was broken, the snow ended up inside his car, freezing the interior in the process.

It took eight of his friends to dig out the buried E90 but not before the damage had been done. Snow may be fun for a lot of people, but when it’s of this quantity, it becomes a headache for a lot of people and this poor guy from Canada – and his BMW 3-Series E90 - had to bear witness to all of it.


Source: E90 Post

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  (406) posted on 02.14.2010

Sometimes snow can really be such a pain. That much snow is very difficult to remove. I remember once that it snowed for more than 7 inches overnight and all the cars out on the driveway is only half visible. Getting a good help is not as easy as well.

  (708) posted on 01.19.2010

Yup backhoe would help, but make sure you wont damage the car. IMO shovel is enough to the this e90 out of deep snow. hopefully the interiors are still working well.

  (780) posted on 12.13.2009

poor e90! Good thing it’s just snow and not sand or mud, try using backhoe dude... this will help you a lot in regaining your car

  (571) posted on 12.13.2009

I feel bad for the car because as we all know, it’s an expensive car and to have a damage like that, another big bucks on the way to throw.

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