From WITN’s website in Greenville, NC come two photos of a crazy ice formation from the front end of a Jeep Cherokee that connected to the sidewalk where the Jeep was parked. We can’t verify the photos directly, but if they’re fakes, they’re AMAZING fakes. It sure looks like a pool of water froze under the front bumper, which connects to the icicles that hold up the ice mask…
We did a double take after receiving photos of an ice imprint from the front of a Jeep.
The ice sculpture was discovered in the visitor’s parking lot at Vidant Medical Center Tuesday afternoon.
WITN received two different photos from viewers, one picture taken from the front and another looking the other direction.
One of the photo-takers’ theory is that the Jeep owner left their vehicle running, warming up the engine. The imprint was then left after they backed out of the parking space. The ice was attached to the curb.
We’re not sure how long it stayed around, but it’s pretty cool.
UPDATE 2/20/15: For the doubters, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles dug into this to find more detail from one of the photographers who saw this awesomeness in person: http://blog.fcanorthamerica.com/2015/02/20/iced-jeep-cherokee-imprint-epic/