TULSA, Oklahoma – The record-breaking snowfall and cold temperatures have shifted tow truck companies into overdrive.
A driver for an Adair tow truck company had a close call Thursday.
Raymond Love was trying to pull a pickup truck out of the snow when the tow cable snapped and came crashing through the back window of his truck.
Watch the clip above.
Love said the cold weather is wrecking havoc for his tow trucks.
"It's been pretty rough," he said. "Those trucks aren't made for this kind of weather."
Love was not injured in the incident. He said he's been working 15 to 18 hours a day since the blizzard began earlier this month.