Published 4:38 PM EST Nov 29, 2019
Airport workers in Denver had some snow-filled fun amid the airport’s widespread flight cancellations this week – building a snowman and channeling Anna and Elsa from “Frozen.”
Instagram user Abigail Ladd posted a short video on Instagram of the employees enjoying the wintry weather: “Building a snowman at the Denver airport!” the caption reads.
“This might be my favorite thing I’ve seen all day,” someone can be heard saying in the clip. “Yay for teamwork this holiday season,” they added, also praising the worker in orange for holding the snowman’s head “so lovingly.” USA TODAY has reached out to Ladd for more information.
“We love to see airport team members making the most out of the weather – especially during the holidays!” Alex Renteria, public information officer at Denver International Airport, told USA TODAY.
The Denver area faced an onslaught of snowy weather this Thanksgiving week, which led to severe weather conditions and many flight delays and cancellations.
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