Examples of snowbank in a Sentence
The car slid into a snowbank.
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Defense experts contend the truck had settled further into the snowbank by then.
Parrish threw aside two objects during the chase before the officer tackled Parrish in a snowbank in the parking lot of Wendler Middle School, police said.
The cars looked scarcely the worse for wear, although sturdy metal tow hooks were drilled into the bumpers in case one were to wind up wedged too far into a snowbank to allow a simple push to free it.
In a roadside snowbank on the West Side, with multiple gunshots to the head.
An officer found a 44-year-old man collapsed in the snowbank with what appeared to be a trail of blood stretching across the parking lot, the affidavit states.
Operating a vehicle under the influence, Smith Road: A Brook Park man, 43, was arrested at about 4 a.m. Jan. 9 after driving his pickup truck into a snowbank outside Brookgate Shopping Center, 5805 Smith.
Outside Boston, in Arlington, Massachusetts, a state Water Resources Authority worker collapsed into a snowbank while shoveling snow and ice and died.
Delvin Mendoza-Chaparro was beaten bloody, urinated on, forced to eat kitty litter and left to die in a snowbank in 14-degree weather.
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: a pile of snow especially along the side of a road
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