Passengers Push Plane In Below Freezing Weather Amateur video captured the passengers giving it their all in arctic Russia this week. Though a tractor-trailer is also visible — likely doing the real work.
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Passengers Push Plane In Below Freezing Weather

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Passengers Push Plane In Below Freezing Weather

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Amateur video captured the passengers giving it their all in arctic Russia this week. Though a tractor-trailer is also visible — likely doing the real work.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Lots of Americans have been traveling through stormy weather to be with family this Thanksgiving, and maybe a few have had to push a stuck car. In Arctic Russia this week, airline passengers got out and pushed a stuck plane. An amateur video captured the bundled passengers giving it their all in minus-60 degrees, though a tractor is also visible likely doing the real work. And the airport director sniffed, they just wanted a selfie. It's MORNING EDITION.

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