Snow has trapped Interpol in their tour bus for nearly two days

The weather in Buffalo is insane right now.

 

Cooper Fleishman

Internet Culture

Published Nov 19, 2014   Updated May 30, 2021, 4:26 am CDT

Buffalo, N.Y., is currently buried under six feet of snow. Drivers on highway I-90 have been stuck there for more than a day. One unlucky vehicle is the tour bus of the band Interpol, which has been on the road for 40 hours and stuck in snow for 30. The band had to cancel a show in Toronto. They’re bored, immobilized, and tweeting incessantly:

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Still trapped yo! Haven’t really moved in 30 hours and we’ve been on the bus for nearly 40 hours. Nutso. Never seen anything like it.-DK

— Interpol (@Interpol) November 19, 2014

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Earlier, they thought things were looking up…

Almost out! pic.twitter.com/OAw61n1nBj

— brandon curtis (@brandon_curtis) November 19, 2014

It had been a long day.

On our way to Toronto – doesn’t look promising pic.twitter.com/6e7OfsJcPF

— brandon curtis (@brandon_curtis) November 18, 2014

Brandon took this snap of our scenery. Sheeeeeeeiiiiiit.-DK pic.twitter.com/X6AjoKe4gT

— Interpol (@Interpol) November 18, 2014

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#interpol #snowed in for the night! pic.twitter.com/DgKd1QXDsT

— brandon curtis (@brandon_curtis) November 18, 2014

Hour 13 trapped in the snow. Dry goods and vodka. We will make it. -DK pic.twitter.com/bEQhaUokKi

— Interpol (@Interpol) November 18, 2014

Snow plows trapped in the snow.-DK pic.twitter.com/igkxOEoNw5

— Interpol (@Interpol) November 19, 2014

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*First Published: Nov 19, 2014, 12:21 pm CST