Car crashes into Buffalo Creek in West Seneca [PHOTOS]


It was a messy morning in western New York.

A winter storm rushed northeast overnight and it has been snowing with a mix of freezing rain since Friday morning. If you like North Buffalo, chances are there’s nothing but snow. However, if you live south of town, you had sleet mixed with snowfall.

This is the case for cities like Hamburg, Orchard Park and West Seneca.

The roads are extremely slippery and one car eventually lost control and rolled into Buffalo Creek near Clinton St in Borden.

Fortunately, the driver was uninjured, but it caused a headache for the West Seneca Police Department on Friday trying to find a way to pull him out of the creek.

Since this is the West Seneca Police Department, you know they’re having at least a little fun with it, even if the location of the car poses some issues.

They are currently in the process of cutting down trees and calling in a tow truck, in order to get the car up the bank and out of Buffalo Creek.

This adorable good boy offered his help.

It’s great that West Seneca PD moved so quickly to have this car retired. It’s even more impressive that the driver is unharmed.

There’s only about 3 inches of snow in West Seneca, but that’s all it takes with the freezing rain to have an accident like this.

Be careful driving there.

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