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Gliding on home in Fernie

A skier makes his own way home down the road in Fernie.

The entire province is currently plagued with weather issues, from freezing rain to intense snowfalls.

In Vancouver, residents are struggling to get around the city after their vehicles were encased in ice.

To the east, residents in Fernie and Sparwood are rejoicing after waking up to 55 centimetres of fresh powder Monday morning.

However the snow and rain has caused major issues on the roads. Despite skiers being absolutely pleased with the amount of white stuff covering the Elk Valley, highways were shut down and several accidents were reported.

Although for one Fernie skier a few car crashes, and an icy road was no of no concern to him. Firefighter Brendan Eamonn Morgan caught it all on camera Thursday night. With his skis on his shoulder a man simply just glided down the road with no cares, except to get home safe and probably to return to the hill the following day.

Check it out.

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