Winter wind storm pushes massive ice chunks onto Lake Erie’s shoreline

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High winds and freezing temperatures recreated a smaller version of the wall from Game of Thrones along Lake Erie’s shoreline.

Huge chunks of ice have been blown against both the American and Canadian land.

The waves and wind were so strong, they were pushing the ice over retaining walls as the wall of ice continued to grow in height.

One storm chaser said he saw an ice shove 40 feet tall.

One south Buffalo town even evacuated Hoover Beach homes because the ice was threatening to topple over buildings.

Wind gusts on Sunday were reported anywhere between 40 and 70 mph.

The winter wind storm also knocked power out to more than 600,000 homes in Western New York.

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