Squirrels made a warehouse with nuts from the KIA Sorento engine compartmentOctober 10, 2019
The owner of the SUV suspected something was wrong during the journey, when an unpleasant burning smell spread throughout the cabin. On the side of the road, she decided to check the engine compartment, but she certainly did not expect to see such an auto-ice.
A resident of the American city of Pittsburgh in the state of Pennsylvania found a real walnut warehouse under the hood of her KIA Sorento, which was probably stocked with squirrels for the winter. Animals “equipped” the warehouse very carefully, mixing goodies and moss. The squirrel stocks of the auto-ice were discovered only after the car began to behave strangely on the road: the smell of burning was felt in the cabin and a strange thundering sound was heard. The woman pulled off the road to the side of the road and opened the hood, where she discovered an amazing find.
The husband helped the woman to deal with the problem, who immediately rushed to the rescue. As he subsequently wrote on his Facebook page, more than two hundred nuts were extracted from the engine compartment! Only after this, the couple ventured to start the engine and get to the nearest car service.
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