Russia is said to have the thickest snow in the world, but they have the best equipment to deal with this

Leo Lee
By Leo Lee
December 26, 2016Entertainmentshare
Russia is said to have the thickest snow in the world, but they have the best equipment to deal with this

It’s snowing in Russia so people are taking it easy. They have a snow-plough named ‘Golden Hands’ to plough the snow and clear streets for traffic.

This week the capital city Moscow and central Russia are facing snow storms. Half a month’s worth of snow is falling in a single day, generating extra work for Golden Hands, whose skill has been captured in engaging videos.

The Golden Hand slowly moves on the road, gathering snow with its giant hand. The snow moves up a rotating belt and falls into the container of a truck attached behind. As the truck gets fully loaded, the Golden Hands stop, the truck carries the snow away and a new truck arrives.

Check this video for yourself!

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