Ice is no joke! A woman was injured while driving in Sparta, NJ when ice flew off a passing truck and through her Jeep's windshield. According to the Daily Record, "The heavily damaged Jeep was left disabled on the side of the road while the truck, a 2009 Dodge box truck owned by Heine Plumbing & Heating of Newton, drove on - unaware of the flying ice and the damage it caused, according to police."

Cheryl L. Desiderio-Hubere, 51, called the police after being hit—she was found "showered with glass, with shards in her mouth and near her eyes" and was taken to the hospital. Police in a neighboring town stopped the truck driver, Kristopher J. Heine, who didn't realize his vehicle's ice had hit another car. Cops also found other large pieces of broken ice at the top of the truck. Heine was charged with having snow/ice dislodging from a moving vehicle causing injury, and causing property damage.