Russian workers push frozen plane onto runway

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RUSSIA - If you think your holiday travel is going to suck this year, then be glad you were not one of the Russian shift workers on a plane at the Igarka Airport, about 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

When the plane literally froze to the ground, the big-burly passengers (eager to land in warmer weather) hopped out in the -52 degree weather and helped push it onto the runway.

The video is definitely worth checking out, even if just to provide a moral boost for your Thanksgiving trip. Just goes to show sometimes a little elbow grease is all that's needed to get you up and running.

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