Severe Turbulence on Winnipeg Streets Leaves Dozens Injured


Al Wiens, 41, had to warn his children in the backseat to brace themselves as they drove down a residential street on the way to church this weekend.

“Turns out, it was pretty severe,” said Wiens. “Who would have thought Winnipeg streets had such bad turbulence?”

The Wiens family minivan bounced up and down for a solid twenty minutes, propelling members of the family in all directions.

“We had to temporarily halt juice box service,” said Wiens. “Even Diane had to buckle up and hang on for dear life.”

Wiens says he’ll likely take a different route next Sunday, but is not so sure there’s any way to avoid Winnipeg turbulence.

(photo credit: Alex Buhrmann/CC)

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