- Screenshot/The Weather Channel
- A bus blocked The Weather Channel’s live shot of the Georgia Dome’s implosion.
- The video rocketed around social media on Monday.
A bus picked the worst possible time to cut in front of The Weather Channel’s live shot of Monday’s Georgia Dome implosion.
Right as the 25-year-old Atlanta structure was sent to the ground, a bus drove into the channel’s live shot, entirely blocking the structure’s collapse.
It made the shot, in essence, worthless. And people thought it was hilarious.
“Go bus, get out of the way!” someone can be heard shouting from behind the camera. “Bus! Get out of the way bus. Are you…ughhhh. What the f—. F—. “
Video of the incident has already been retweeted more than 10,000 times as of 4 p.m. ET Monday, just an hour after it was posted.
— Brett Taylor (@Brett_A_Taylor) November 20, 2017
A better metaphor for life I’ve never seen https://t.co/X7kpXYUKtT
— Leigh Munsil (@leighmunsil) November 20, 2017
This is a goddamn work of art. Put this shit in MoMA https://t.co/brfMcoSMKk
— Aaron W. Gordon (@A_W_Gordon) November 20, 2017
OMG the audio https://t.co/mH3F4N0Yvn
— Bill Wasik (@billwasik) November 20, 2017
Winner for MUST WATCH OF THE DAY. https://t.co/HyAuSz14EU
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 20, 2017
"I…worked on this story for a year…and…he just…he tweeted it out," the live-cam version. https://t.co/6tDskbYJg1
— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) November 20, 2017
MUST watch with sound.https://t.co/FaH7ZGneGI
— erin mccann (@mccanner) November 20, 2017
This is like when a train passes by and then Jason Bourne disappears https://t.co/omyrQ8UAp4
— Chris McDaniel (@csmcdaniel) November 20, 2017