Minnesotans are tough but back in 2019, we were tested with a blizzard of epic proportions. In fact, a video of cars getting stuck in a Rochester, Minnesota apartment complex parking lot went viral and is absolutely hilarious...especially when you have the sound on.

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Hilarious Video Showing Rochester Parking Lot Disasters During Blizzard Goes Viral

In case you missed it, Minnesota got hit with an amazing storm in 2019 that closed pretty much every single road.  We were all told not to drive and to just stay home. Some residents in Rochester apparently didn't get that message from MnDot and the Olmsted County Sheriff's office and they tried to get out of their parking lot.

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Kelsey Saladin, Rachel Hoverstad and Hanwen Wong

According to Bringmethenews.com, Kelsey Saladin, Rachel Hoverstad and Hanwen Wong created the video to show parents. The idea of the video going viral wasn't on their mind but a few hours after posting the video on Sunday, the video was watched a million times.

What makes it funny? Getting stuck in this storm isn't funny but the captions and music that go along with the video are pretty hilarious. Go ahead and watch the video below!  (And for all of the cars that got stuck, I hope you finally got dug out!)

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