The Right Way to Fall on Ice
It was a struggle getting to work Thursday as the 'Bomb Cyclone' slammed into the Northeast and parts of central United States. Just days after millions of people packed Times Square in New York City, it looked like a ghost town due to the blizzard conditions. Up and down the east coast, schools were cancelled. Many were outside shoveling or playing in the snow, but the fun can also be dangerous as you can slip and fall. Believe it or not, there is a right way to fall on the ice.