A day trip to Erie took a turn for the dangerous for one Ohio family.
A car full from Oberlin, Ohio braved the weather to snowmobile in Erie.
The slick roads and low visibility caused their truck to slide off the road and flip over at around 10:45 Saturday morning.
This happened at the Elk Road and Perry Highway intersection.
All four passengers made it out safely, with help from state troopers and a local towing company.
"We were coming over to the golf course that's just across the road and as we got off Route 90, the roads got worse and worse. As we came up and down the hills, snow was getting deeper. So I came down the hill behind us here and it didn't want to stop," said Jim Bunsey, the driver.
It took more than two hours to get the truck back on the road.
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