Thousands participated in the annual Port Huron Float Down this weekend, only nature had other plans.
With high winds on St. Clair River, 1,500 Americans drifted into Canadian waters, ending up in Sarnia. With the help of city police, OPP, Paramedics, Coast Guard & RCMP, they were able to arrange for busses and get the party-goers back to the county where they belong!
— Sarnia Police (@SarniaPolice) August 21, 2016
With a fast-moving current and no one equipped with life jackets or paddles, it was a happy ending to what could have otherwise been deadly. Of course, the Twitter-verse responded with a few wise cracks:
Main image via Bart Emerson