The deadly winter storm in Buffalo, New York has left 27 people dead and that count is expected to rise after several Twitter videos show New Yorkers frozen in the snow.
One video, in particular, was quite sickening and appeared to show young adults mocking a man frozen to death in the snow.
In the video, a young man is next to a frozen body screaming, “This is OG right here.”
Others in the video made lewd remarks.
The video was posted by Twitter user The Red Bull with the caption, “Apparently the weather is so bad in my hometown of Buffalo, NY today that people are being found frozen to death outside. And making jokes around this man’s body.. prayers to Buffalo”.
Apparently the weather is so bad in my hometown of Buffalo, NY today that people are being found frozen to death outside. And making jokes around this man’s body.. prayers to Buffalo pic.twitter.com/j8I1ElYucy
— The Red Bull (@Red_BULLish) December 25, 2022
That wasn’t the only video of people frozen to death.
Another video captured police officers carrying a dead body out of the snow:
Tragic news out of Buffalo. Pray for them…Meanwhile @GovKathyHochul is too busy talking about climate change. All I know is the liberals would be all over DeSantis right now for what is happening in Buffalo and other parts of New York. pic.twitter.com/LYBmwG93d2
— Florida Grand (@florida_grand) December 26, 2022
Many New Yorkers believe the large death toll could have been avoided if failed Governor Kathy Hochul spent more time preparing for the winter blizzard instead of focusing on climate change.
Just three days before the winter storm, Hochul was too busy signing Legislation (S.6191A/A.5390B) which is new legislation aimed to promoting biodiversity.