Massive Snowplow Wave Takes Out Man, Window

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Black ice, slush piles, yellow snow — all common risks we encounter every day just by leaving the house during this extra-wet winter. A more rare danger lurks, though, in the form of the snowplow wave, overgrown cousin of the puddle splash. This one, particularly huge, leveled a man casually strolling in Coney Island at 5 a.m. this week, while also shattering the glass of a local business. It’s the Winter Olympics of Hard Knocks.